The high school condemns music video as a negative educational piece, which has severely damaged the school’s reputation
By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
A music video featuring campus bullying shows girls wearing uniforms with the name of a girls high school was heavily criticized by the school, which requested the producer to immediately remove the video and apologize.
Music producer Starr Chen has produced the “EGO-HOLIC” music video, which features the singing of Jolin Tsai, a famous Taiwanese pop star. However, the video portrays an overweight high school girl being bullied by her classmates, and all of them wearing uniforms with the name of Taipei Municipal Zong Shan Girls High School.
The music video has drawn much criticism from the high school’s graduates and sympathizers, who felt the video had defamed the school. Many of them have also left comments on Tsai’s Facebook page asking for apology.
The high school issued a statement on Sunday afternoon, condemning the music video as a negative educational piece, which has severely damaged the school’s reputation. [FULL STORY]