Model Li Ling, who caused a big Internet wave by showing off a breathtaking cosplay of the goddess Athena for an online gaming company, ZQGAME, on the first day of ChinaJoy 2012, is ultimately banned by China’s Administration of Press and Publication and ChinaJoy’s organizer.
According to source close to the China’s largest gaming fair, the Administration of Press and Publication and ChinaJoy’s organizer have strongly condemned ZQGAME and demanded the company to cancel the contract with the model. Obviously now, the government is determined to crack down on vulgarity in China’s digital gaming conventions notorious for scantily dressed showgirls.
To avoid the penalty from the organizer that will force the company to leave this year’s gaming expo. ZQGAME seems to have broken up with Li Ling.
At 18:16 p.m. on July 27, the 22-year-old model tweeted on Sina Weibo (@angel宝贝歪歪), “Today, I was demanded by the organizer to leave the booth, just after I completed the first performance. I was not allowed to take part in the following two days’ activities too. It came all of sudden, I don’t know how to do the next. I just wanted to do my own job well. Every showgirl works very hard, behind every smiling face is our bitterness. Keep going, sisters. There are still two days to go. But I have to leave for home early.”