Connect with us

Social Stories

Malaysian Calls Everyone to Boycott ‘Ip Man 4’ Saying The Movie is From China


Malaysian Calls Everyone To Boycott 'Ip Man 4' Saying The Movie Is From China - World Of Buzz
Source: Twitter

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

Almost every Malaysian knows the movie series “Ip Man”. The popular movie starring Donnie Yen just released its fourth and final film recently and everyone’s flocking to watch it. Well, everyone except this one Twitter user…

A Malaysian Twitter user took it upon herself to call for boycott for the movie, but her reason is quite misleading. And you can bet a whole lot of people are immediately calling her out for it.

She posted this:



Hong Kong is not China

Source: Nikkei

Yes, there are people who get this wrong. Ip Man is a Hong Kong film, not China. So, to boycott the film on such basis is amusing to netizens and many have tried to point it out in the Tweet.

“Ini filem Hong Kong lah. Bukan China. Baik delete Tweet ni.” one commentor wrote.

“Some of y’all don’t know China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong are different countries. And some of y’all racist clowns don’t even know that Malaysian Chinese and China Chinese are different. The worse is these people trying to link everything together and put them under the same category,” another user wrote.

Later in her Tweet, she shared how some Hong Kong protestors are also boycotting the movie. However, the reason is entirely different.

These protestors are boycotting the movie due to the director’s Pro-China stance, not on the recent horrifying revelation of Uyghurs being mistreated in China.

Whether if you’d like to boycott the movie or not, it’s entirely up to your choice! However, do make sure that you did not mistake the reason for the movie being from China instead of Hong Kong!

Also read: Kidnapped, Raped & Tortured: 7 Facts You Should Know About Uyghurs In Re-education Camps

Kidnapped, Raped &Amp; Tortured, 7 Facts You Should Know About Uyghurs In Re-Education Camps - World Of Buzz 14

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

Just In

Collage Thie Collage Thie
News22 hours ago

Snatch Thief In Klang Robs Handbag From Woman With A Knife, Then Sets Stolen Escape Car On Fire

We are always told to be aware of our surroundings, especially when we are alone in sketchy places, as these...

Image From Ios 4 Image From Ios 4
News2 days ago

2 Police Officers From Johor Detained For Extorting RM1,000 From Couple Caught In A Car

Although we may not want to believe it, those who are in charge of keeping us safe and taking care...

Collage 17 1 Collage 17 1
News2 days ago

Police Officer Allegedly Smokes in SS15 Restaurant Despite No-Smoking Sign, PDRM Investigates

As the country transitioned into endemicity, most Malaysians are still keeping the pandemic SOPs in mind to curb the spread...

Feat Image Pdrm Denies Troll Feat Image Pdrm Denies Troll
News4 days ago

PDRM Denies Running A ‘Troll Farm’, To Investigate The Allegation By Meta

Yesterday, we reported on Meta Platforms Incorporated’s (Meta) revelation of the existence of a ‘Troll Farm’ on Facebook and Instagram...

9Faa364E 0A42 4346 8796 48588D44F78A 9Faa364E 0A42 4346 8796 48588D44F78A
News5 days ago

Brazilian Man Performs Self-Rhinoplasty, Uses Animal Anesthesia & Superglue To ‘Stitch’ His Wound Up

According to Sin Chew Daily, a Brazilian man allegedly performed a nose job on himself after watching some YouTube videos....

Ft Pdrm Ft Pdrm
News5 days ago

Meta Allegedly Reports PDRM Of Running Hundreds Of “Troll Farm” FB & IG Accounts To Manipulate Public Discourse

Social media can be a dangerous tool especially since it has been proven to be able to manipulate and corrupt...

Collage Rapid Kl Collage Rapid Kl
News5 days ago

WATCH: Pedestrian Gets Into Accident with Rapid KL Bus; Dashcam Footage Shows What Happened

Do you remember what you were taught to do before crossing the road? Look left AND right. Sadly, this man...

My Post 1 31 My Post 1 31
News5 days ago

Starting 2023, Online Purchases From Overseas Valued At RM500 & Below Will Be Taxed 10%

A sales tax on low value imported goods (LVG) purchased online will be implemented starting January 1, 2023. Based on...


Latest Videos