Scared? H&M China’s official website “Winnie the Pooh” merchandise off the shelf Wang Dingyu regrets: I want to have a set of all | Politics | 新头壳 Newtalk

H&M China’s official website searched for “Winnie the Pooh” cooperation series of new products, but no related products were found.Picture: Flip the official website of H&M China

The Swedish brand H&M issued a statement saying that it refused to use Xinjiang cotton. Not only was it attacked and boycotted by Chinese public opinion, the products were also removed from the shelves of platforms such as Taobao and Tmall. However, sharp-eyed netizens discovered this afternoon (26) that H&M China’s official website actually has a new series of “Winnie the Pooh” collaboration products, sparking heated discussions about whether they are mocking Chinese leader Xi Jinping. Who knows that in the evening, click on the “Winnie the Pooh collaboration series” “, no related products have been searched. DPP legislator Wang Dingyu regretted that he heard that it was taken off the shelves, otherwise he would like to have all the Pooh set!

H&M issued a statement in 2020, stating that the company is concerned about reports and reports about forced labor and religious discrimination of ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. H&M does not cooperate with Xinjiang garment factories or purchase local products and raw materials. This statement suddenly occurred yesterday. It was dug up, igniting the Chinese national sentiment, and set off a wave of boycotts.

But sharp-eyed netizens discovered this afternoon that H&M China’s official website continues to sell new products from the “Winnie the Pooh” collaboration series. Actually, when you click on the official website of H&M China, you can still see the series in the children’s clothing section. The netizen joked in a tweet that H&M “is going to die anyway, it’s better to be vigorous”, attracting many netizens to leave comments and retweets, “caught it! The real reason why H&M is tearing its face with China!”

In the past, some netizens made various ridicules by linking the chubby Xi Jinping to Winnie the Pooh. China banned Winnie the Pooh on suspicion of defaming the leaders of the country. Just as the outside world admired H&M China’s official website for continuing to sell new “Winnie the Pooh” products during the sensitive period, the related products were quietly removed from the shelves tonight.

In response to this, Wang Dingyu posted a post on Facebook in the evening, saying that the “H&M Winnie the Pooh Collaboration Series” would like to buy a hand up! I heard that it was taken off the shelves, otherwise it would really be “courageously confronting the dictator CCP, who is full of lies.” He wants all Pooh to have one set!

The Swedish brand H&M issued a statement saying that it refused to use Xinjiang cotton. Not only was it attacked and boycotted by Chinese public opinion, the products were also removed from the shelves of platforms such as Taobao and Tmall. However, sharp-eyed netizens discovered this afternoon (26) that H&M China’s official website actually has a new series of “Winnie the Pooh” collaboration products, sparking heated discussions about whether they are mocking Chinese leader Xi Jinping. Who knows that in the evening, click on the “Winnie the Pooh collaboration series” “, no related products have been searched.

Wang Dingyu posted a post on Facebook in the evening, saying that the “H&M Winnie the Pooh Collaboration Series” would like to buy a hand up! I heard that it was taken off the shelves, otherwise it would really be “courageously confronting the dictator CCP, who is full of lies.” He wants all Pooh to have one set!

Wang Dingyu posted a post on Facebook in the evening saying that he heard that it was taken off the shelves, otherwise he would really be “courageously confronting the dictator CCP, who is full of lies.” He wants all Pooh to have one set!Picture: Flip photo of Wang Dingyu’s Facebook page

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