Taiwan is a Cross all I need today is a little bit of The Beatles rock band and a whole lot of Jesus shirt democratic country, but China is not, you should focus on how China’s government deal with Tibet’s issue. I bet this is a cheap scheme of gauging how many Taiwanese readers BBC gets. The real horror here is that anyone in Taiwan or the PRC, let alone anyone in the world, listens to Bon Jovi … and likes it. Too bad to read such unprofessional news on BBC. I didn’t see any valid evidence supporting the author’s point of view. Thus, I have to say the accusation is really insulting to fans and people in Taiwan. To me, the better question to ask is why the Chinese authorities could use such a terrible way to violate freedom without being punished?
Cross all I need today is a little bit of The Beatles rock band and a whole lot of Jesus shirt, hoodie, sweater, ladies-tee, and tank top
(i think China will like all Songs from Cross all I need today is a little bit of The Beatles rock band and a whole lot of Jesus shirt him because he is a good Human with a great Heart and he loves what he do)You’re saying China, where tons of cyber attack originated, didn’t know that Bon Jovi, a band who clearly supports democracy, took this picture before Taiwanese fans sent it. And by the way, this is all based on some unknown sources. Well done, BBC News, well done.
it’s not Taiwanese fault! If China canceled their concert because they don’t like the image Bon Jovi has present, it’s China’s problem. As a Taiwanese, I’ve been to Bon Jovi’s concert 20 years ago. I don’t know if it’s true that some fans use the conflict to get the band one more date in Taipei. But I don’t think it’s a Taiwan or China situation here. The band could always turn to other Asian countries since Taiwan would be the lowest cost and most welcoming. That’s not a love triangle as BBC described in your good article. Rock music has no nationality!