China Calls For Less Smoking On TV Shows – AP

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China’s government urged television and film producers to avoid “unnecessary and lengthy” smoking scenes, following public complaints about rampant cigarette smoking in a popular miniseries, a state-run newspaper said Friday. “New Shanghai Bund” is a remake of a 1980s Hong Kong drama about 1930s gangsters that turned leading man Chow Yun-fat into a star. The actor who now plays Chow’s character has been criticized as an addict because of his constant smoking.

China’s State Administration of Radio, Film and Television , or , has said it would “ask TV and film production companies and inspection agencies to avoid unnecessary and lengthy smoking scenes,” the Beijing News reported Friday. [Full Text]


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