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YG Entertainment's world-famous girl group BLACKPINK are currently being criticized by many Chinese netizens, when a teaser for the final episode of '24/365' showed the group members with a baby panda and its mother.

Some Chinese netizens have been criticizing the girl group members directly, and others have been blaming the zoo keeper and YG Entertainment, as they cited a regulation which states that only certified professionals are allowed to be in contact with panda.

China Wants BLACKPINK Apology For Panda? BLINK Wants China To Apologize For COVID-19

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China Wants BLACKPINK Apology For Panda? BLINK Wants China To Apologize For COVID-19

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BLACKPINK fandom BLINK have been busy responding to the recent issue, as some believe that Chinese netizens are making this an issue due to political reasons, where tensions between the two countries have been heightened after BTS leader RM's Van Fleet Award speech, commemorating US and South Korean soldiers who died in the Korean War against China and North Korea.

Below are some of the things that BLINKs have been saying regarding the panda issue.

China Wants BLACKPINK Apology For Panda? BLINK Wants China To Apologize For COVID-19

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China Wants BLACKPINK Apology For Panda? BLINK Wants China To Apologize For COVID-19

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China Wants BLACKPINK Apology For Panda? BLINK Wants China To Apologize For COVID-19

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China Wants BLACKPINK Apology For Panda? BLINK Wants China To Apologize For COVID-19

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This one particular comment was quite interesting, as one BLINK wanted China to apologize to the public for not being able to take essential preventive measures that might have been pivotal in stopping the spreading of COVID-19.

China Wants BLACKPINK Apology For Panda? BLINK Wants China To Apologize For COVID-19

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What are your thoughts on the current issue?

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Sanwoo
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Sanwoo
Nov 14, 2020 01:35 am

Pls world boycott china

PnW
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PnW
Nov 9, 2020 03:06 pm

Haha...if china apologise, sahara desert will snow