Actress Denny Kwan, 24, was ordered to take a re-education session after she was banned by the Cambodian Culture and Fine Arts Ministry for being too sexy.
I don’t know the ways of Cambodia but if this is true and they stopped this young lady based on these photos or anything close to this in her movies, they are definitely closet wussies.
This story has gone viral on pop culture radio airwaves, which is where I heard it this morning. When I saw some of her photos, I thought to myself, I’ve seen worse from other actresses, especially in rap videos. I think the Cambodian Culture and Fine Arts Ministry needs to wake up and join the future.
Source: Daily Mail
A Cambodian actress has been banned from making any new movies for a year because the country’s cultural bosses say she is ‘too sexy’.
Denny Kwan, 24, who has appeared in numerous movies, has had a ‘re-education’ session with the Culture and Fine Arts Ministry after it was decided she had violated a code of conduct.
With 300,000 Facebook followers around the world, Miss Kwan said that the parts she played in movies were nothing like the erotic roles played by other actresses.
‘In Cambodia, there are many sexy artists. Some are even more than me when shooting, featuring kissing and being erotic,’ she said.
‘I know it’s my right to dress how I want, but our culture, Cambodian people, cannot accept it,’ she told the Phnom Penh Post. ‘I will now try not to be sexy as I usually am when I post on Facebook.’
She told the Cambodia Daily that when she was first called before culture ministry officials they ‘educated me like a daughter’, but she had said she had reserved the right to keep dressing as she wished.
Do you think this is bad?
I am glad I don’t live in Cambodian for many reasons and maybe Denny needs to seek asylum in America. When the reports say she needed to be re-educated, I think there’s a huge problem with that thinking.
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