Jolin Tsai loses 270K followers after not sharing ‘There is only one China’ post following Pelosi’s Taiwan visit

Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai reportedly lost around 270,000 Weibo followers after she failed to share a post saying "there is only one China" days after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan.
The backlash began after China Central Television (CCTV) News stopped contributing to the promotion of the music radio show "Shi Jian De Ge" on August 4, calling the 41-year-old singer's hit song "Womxnly" a "comfort to youth." . ”
Some fans speculated that the move had something to do with Tsai's lack of social media posts about "one China" after Pelosi's stopover in Taiwan on Aug. 2 as part of a congressional delegation in Asia.
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Minutes before Pelosi arrived in Taiwan last week, CCTV News posted an image on Weibo with the words "There is only one China in the world." Soon after, over 100 Chinese, Taiwanese, and Hong Kong celebrities commented on the post with the hashtag #ThereIsOnlyOneChina and later shared the post on their Weibo accounts.
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A blogger who followed these celebrities claimed that Tsai was not one of the notable personalities who shared the post on Weibo.
On Monday, some fans noticed that Tsai lost around 270,000 Weibo followers, with her follower count dropping from 43 million to 42.73 million. The Taiwanese singer hasn't updated her account in weeks - the last post she made was on July 18.
Image by Jolin Tsai on Weibo
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Tsai's personal page was reportedly bombarded with hateful messages criticizing her for "supporting Taiwan's independence."
The Taiwanese singer has yet to comment on the matter on social media.
Besides Tsai, other expat celebrities were also called out on Weibo for not sharing CCTV News' One China post, including Jay Chou, JJ Lin, Hebe Tien and Michelle Yeoh, to name a few.
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Featured image via @jolin_cai
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Jolin Tsai
Taiwanese singer, songwriter and actress
Nancy Pelosi
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
JJ Lin
Singer from Singapore

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