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Company Belonging To Li Yundi's Dad Reportedly Fined S$598K, Media Think It's Linked To The Pianist’s Arrest

And the witch-hunt starts.

Company Belonging To Li Yundi's Dad Reportedly Fined S$598K, Media Think It's Linked To The Pianist’s Arrest

Chinese pianist Li Yundi, 39, who was once called China's ‘Piano Prince’, has been MIA ever since he was arrested last October for soliciting a prostitute.

Now, there are reports that his father's company, Shanghai Yunchuan Music Studio, has been investigated by authorities and was recently fined 2.8mil yuan (around S$597.7K).

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