Des Chinois appellent au boycott de Dolce & Gabbana, suite à une vidéo jugée raciste - 22/11/2018

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Des Chinois appellent au boycott de Dolce & Gabbana, suite à une vidéo jugée raciste

Des Chinois appellent au boycott de Dolce & Gabbana, suite à une vidéo jugée raciste

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Man pastes printed statement byEDITORS PLEASE NOTE, PART VIDEO SPEED AS INCOMING
VIDEO SHOWS: MAN PASTING "NOT ME" STATEMENT FROM DOLCE & GABBANA STOREFRONT IN PROTEST, SCREENSHOT OF STEFANO GABBANA STATEMENT
SHOWS:
SHANGHAI, CHINA (NOVEMBER 21, 2018) ("EDWARD GU / @TALENTREETDOTCOM" - NO RESALE / MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY "EDWARD GU / @TALENTREETDOTCOM") (VIDEO SPEED AS INCOMING)
1. VARIOUS OF MAN PASTING PRINTED "NOT ME" STATEMENT ON DOLCE & GABBANA STOREFRONT
SHANGHAI, CHINA (NOVEMBER 21, 2018) ("EDWARD GU / @TALENTREETDOTCOM" - NO RESALE / MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY "EDWARD GU / @TALENTREETDOTCOM")
2. EDWARD GU, CEO OF TALENTREET, SPEAKING TO CAMERA, SAYING (Mandarin): "I was supposed to drink and celebrate with models and their managers today. It's a rare chance for us to get together. But because of a certain international brand's so-called well-known designer's inappropriate comments that insulted the Chinese people, we are all feeling very terrible today."
3. WHITE FLASH
4. EDWARD GU, CEO OF TALENTREET, SPEAKING TO CAMERA, SAYING (Mandarin): "Hundreds of people from all around the world - professional staff, very professional - many months of effort, including work by production companies, model talent companies, tailors, all have been wasted."
5. WHITE FLASH
6. EDWARD GU, CEO OF TALENTREET, SPEAKING TO CAMERA, SAYING (Mandarin): "I believe that this kind of brand does not deserve our respect."
INTERNET (NOVEMBER 21, 2018) (SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITE - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE)
7. INSTAGRAM POST FROM STEFANO GABBANA, SHOWING AN IMAGE READING "NOT ME" OVERLAID ON SCREENSHOTS OF CONVERSATIONS WITH STEFANO GABBANA, WITH CAPTION READING (English): "My Instagram account has been hacked. My legal office is working on this. I love China and the Chinese Culture. I'm so sorry for what happened."
SHANGHAI, CHINA (NOVEMBER 21, 2018) ("EDWARD GU / @TALENTREETDOTCOM" - NO RESALE / MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY "EDWARD GU / @TALENTREETDOTCOM") (MUTE)
8. VARIOUS STILLS OF STATEMENT BEING PASTED ON DOLCE & GABBANA STOREFRONT
STORY: Fashion label Dolce & Gabbana drew condemnation from Chinese celebrities and social media users on Wednesday (November 21) after advertisements for the brand showed a Chinese woman struggling to eat pizza and spaghetti with chopsticks.
Screenshots appearing to show designer Stefano Gabbana making disparaging remarks about China on Instagram circulated online, with Gabbana claiming that his account was hacked in a statement.
Video obtained by Reuters showed a man pasting Gabbana's statement on a storefront in Shanghai, as anger over the brand boiled over on social media.
"I believe that this kind of brand does not deserve our respect," Edward Gu, CEO of Talentreet, a talent hiring platform, said in a video statement. "Hundreds of people from all around the world - professional staff, very professional - many months of effort, including work by production companies, model talent companies, tailors, all have been wasted," he added. Stefano Gabbana in protest on Shanghai Dolce Gabbana store front

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