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The list of reportedly banned artists and activities in China appears to be growing longer and longer by the day as the government conducts an intense clean-up of “tainted celebrities”.

And now, the blacklist has supposedly expanded to karaoke rooms across the country.

Recently, photos of notices from two KTV outlets were circulated all over Weibo. One of them states that tracks from 21 ‘problematic’ singers have been removed from their catalogue “at the request of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism”, while the other is more heavy-handed and announces a purge of 1,376 songs from 47 singers.

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