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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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