Netizens Criticize The Chinese After Seeing How The Rap Of China Blatantly Copied Show Me The Money

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Netizens criticize the Chinese after seeing how 'The Rap of China' blatantly copied 'Show Me The Money'
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Netizens criticize the Chinese after seeing how 'The Rap of China' blatantly copied 'Show Me The Money'

Chinese rapper competition program 'The Rap of China' blatantly copied South Korea's 'Show Me The Money'.

The logo, rules, and concept of 'The Rap of China' isthe exact same as theKorean competition series. However, it's revealed that 'The Rap of China' did not officially purchase the copyrights.

Production companyCJ EM spoke up about the plagiarism on July 26, and stated toTV Report,"iQIYI's'The Rap of China' did not officially purchase the rights to the content. It's unfortunate how they're broadcasting a similar program without going through the proper procedures."

Fans are angry at a Chinese modeling group who blatantly copied NCT 127
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Fans are angry at a Chinese modeling group who blatantly copied NCT 127

A Chinese modeling group has copied NCT 127 and it's so obvious that fans are beyond angry. 

SEE ALSO: NCT 127 react to fans' 'Cherry Bomb' dance cover!

On August 16, a Chinese modeling group named Shanqi Culture released images with the word ''Monster'' on their Weibo page. The photos with animations pop with many colors, and also immediately make you think of NCT 127's ''Cherry Bomb''. As you can see, it's not an exaggeration to say the two group's concepts are exactly the same.

Taiwanese netizens criticize Wanna One's Lai Kuan Lin for adding 'Chinese' in his profile
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Taiwanese netizens criticize Wanna One's Lai Kuan Lin for adding 'Chinese' in his profile

Wanna One's Lai Kuan Lin is swept up in a controversy for his nationality. 

The rookie idol from Cube Entertainment has been gaining great attention following 'Produce 101' season 2 and debut in Wanna One. His popularity is soaring not just in Korea but also in many nations across the world. The attention is especially great in Lai Kaun Lin's motherland Taiwan. The Taiwanese media even gave much spotlight to the idol star for becoming the '2nd Tzuyu' and proudly representing the nation.

Chinese boy group production show 'Idol Evolutionism' under fire for blatantly plagiarizing 'Produce 101'
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Chinese boy group production show 'Idol Evolutionism' under fire for blatantly plagiarizing 'Produce 101'

Another Chinese program is under fire for blatantly plagiarizing a Korean show. 

This time, it's regarding the hit Mnet idol production program 'Produce 101'. Recently, a Chinese content platform released a teaser for their upcoming boy group production show titled 'Idol Evolutionism'. 

'Idol Evolutionism' is a competition where a total of 111 trainees will compete to debut in a boy group. Sounds similar? It's no exaggeration to say the concept of the Chinese show is exactly same as 'Produce 101' season 2. 

JYP Denies Reports That GOT7s Jackson Will Appear In Chinese Show Accused Of Plagiarizing Youns Kitchen
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JYP Denies Reports That GOT7s Jackson Will Appear In Chinese Show Accused Of Plagiarizing Youns Kitchen

Representatives of GOT7s Jackson have denied rumors that he will be appearing in a Chinese variety show that has been accused of plagiarizing tvNs Youns Kitchen.

Chinas Hunan TV recently announced that it is working on a new program called Chinese Restaurant (literal title) for their third quarter schedule. Soon after, there were media reports that GOT7s Jackson would be appearing on the show, and the news spread further when the new shows Weibo account shared a post related to the idol.