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The British pianist came up with a new trick to embarrass China and wore a T-shirt with the Republic of China flag on stage.

British pianist Kavanagh has recently been competing with China’s Little Pink. Today he has a new trick. on social platformsFacebookshow yourself off wearing printedRepublic of ChinaT-shirts with national flag patterns have sparked a new wave of heated discussions.

Brendan Kavanagh posted a photo on Facebook today. He was wearing a black T-shirt with a love pattern on the national flag of the Republic of China. Showing off my new t-shirt.”

This post has received widespread response. So far, about 37,000 people have liked it, more than 2,100 people have commented and more than 1,300 people have shared it.

Netizens left messages such as “I like your T-shirt,” “Taiwan also loves you,” and “You’ll annoy me, little pink.” Even the artist’s Yulun left a message: “Two Chinas and one Taiwan.”

Kavanaugh calls himself “Dr. K” and has 2.5 million subscribers on YouTube. In January, when he performed live on a public piano at London’s St Pancras train station, a group of Chinese people requested image rights based on his image rights. He stopped making the film, sparking heated debate.

Kavanagh later returned to live performances several times with a Winnie the Pooh doll, photos and stickers printed with Winnie the Pooh, the British flag, and the words “8964”, apparently satirizing China’s Little Pink and the June Fourth Movement. Were.Tiananmen SquareRecently, he also stood on a piano chair and displayed the flag of the Republic of China in a high-profile manner.

In a recent exclusive interview with the Central News Agency, Kavanaugh improvised and performed for Taiwan on the spot. He said the flag of the blue sky, white sun and red ground symbolizes autonomy, independence, freedom, resistance to bullying and unwillingness to surrender to authoritarianism. Government

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