Like most rock shows, this starts early -- like, 8pm.Don't turn up at 11pm like "where's the baaaannnddd, man? In what might be their most mutually beneficial China move yet, they just released a three-part documentary about fallen-star / still-aspiring rapper and streetwear boss Edison Chen, who was essentially blacklisted from the Chinese entertainment industry after a 2008 scandal involving sex photos of him with various stars, which were released by his computer repair guy. Despite threats on his life and isolation after the scandal, Chen remains widely popular, and runs the successful streetwear label CLOT, which has a shop called Juice on Julu Lu.In part two, he talks bout how "hip hop is my dad…It taught me how to talk to girls, how to make love, how to play basketball, what to eat and drink, to beware of the people next to me…" To be fair, he did introduce something fresh to Chinese pop music in the early 2000s, but comeback attempts felt much like similar efforts by Axl Rose and Vanilla Ice.Anyway, definitely recommended viewing, and an easy conversation topic for the next week.The context and content of sex education Chinese born in the 1990s is very different from their parents, and a more positive attitude towards sex is common.Younger Chinese are more sexually active and feel more comfortable talking about sex.Other themes include haters, the energy he gets from haters, his move to LA, and the streetwear industry.He's rapping over trap music these days, and is apparently about to release a 26-song double-album then quitting the game.
Intimate photos of Chen with various women, including a number of actresses from Hong Kong, were illegally distributed via the Internet.Although both Chen and his female partners were affected, the women had trouble convincing the public that they were also victims of having their sex lives maliciously exposed online.The scandal broke during Chinese New Year, which made it a main topic of conversation among families and friends who were meeting for the festivities.In such an environment, the main topic of public discussion around Kris Wu is not the women’s sexual behaviour, but Wu’s practice of having sex with multiple partners.It demonstrates greater acceptance that women have the right to have sex before marriage and this behaviour does not automatically lead to them being shamed anymore. casual sexual encounters, are increasingly common and accepted among men and women.