“Denise was well aware of what she was doing the day she made the decision. She will not regret it,” said the manager, as reported on Straits Times. “She doesn’t work in mainland that much anyway, so it won’t affect her too much.”
While rumours of Denise Ho’s ban from appearing on Chinese television cannot be confirmed at the moment, the singer’s manager stated that she has not regret her decision to be in the front line of the protests.
On the other hand, Denise’s manager revealed that the Strawberry Music Festival, which was originally scheduled to be held in Guangzhou on 13 and 14 September, and should have been attended by Denise, has been postponed twice.
However, the delay has nothing to do with the Occupy Central situation.
“The organisers told me that they couldn’t get the approval right now, and won’t be holding it this year. Both delays were related to issues with the venue in Guangzhou,” he said.
Meanwhile, according to ET Today, both Anthony and Denise seemed calm upon receiving the news, saying, “This is not something new.”
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