China Stories: Why Chinese Pop Stars Are Expected to Be Moral Models — and Fail
Cultural icons are expected to offer a moral role model as their huge fan bases might copy their words or deeds. In an increasingly complex society, we cannot rely on those solutions
Please note this is an audio narration of a Caixin Global article first published on Sep 4, 2021.
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