Japanese AV star Aoi Sola bore the brunt of the retarded move of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), which demanded the nationwide satellite TV channels ban the celebrities known to be involved in scandals.
Aoi Sola enjoys a high popularity in China. She ever seduced millions of Chinese fans to bypass China’s Great Firewall to follow her on Twitter, and then she entered Chinese market and successfully developed her career there, cashing in by endorsing famous brands and attending entertainment shows.
Recently, Aoi Sola reached another height, as her first Chinese micro-film “Second Dream”, with the biggest investment currently in China, was well received, and she was invited to be the spokeswoman of traditional Chinese tea brand, Longjing Tea (or Dragon Well Tea), renowned for its high quality.
But now, she was banned from the TV programs.
The SARFT stated that the TV programs, especially news programs, should not be too recreational or vulgar, and that TV channels should primarily carry news programs.