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Sabiondo
12th February 2015, 13:07
So, Will be see China join at Eurovision or Worldvision in the future?, now that Australia can compete in Eurovision...?

At least China also was broadcast Eurovision in the latest years and their public TV - CCTV is EBU Associated member :mrgreen:



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Sean
12th February 2015, 14:43
Nope, China are still quite reluctant to join in with some Western traditions and cultural activities. Not to mention that Australia will be a one-off for a long time at the very least

Sabiondo
12th February 2015, 16:41
Nope, China are still quite reluctant to join in with some Western traditions and cultural activities. Not to mention that Australia will be a one-off for a long time at the very least

Nope, Chinese society was evolved a lot and its a Big Musical market. Not to mention how modern are various of their cities like Beijing and Shanghai and the Chinese are masters making impressive shows as well :mrgreen:

They organized the Olympic games in 2008, and many Expo shows & Youth Olympic Games.. Soon they will host the Winter Olympic Games of 2022.

Also they are the biggest nation in Asia & the most populated in the Earth = viewers + $$$ for EBU.

So, why EBU will say not to them if they know the huge benefi$$ that could get from Chinese Participation in ESC..?

Gera11
12th February 2015, 16:54
Well, since they did not broadcast ESC for 30 years and they did not show any interest, I doubt it will happen in the next ~50 years. :lol:

Sabiondo
12th February 2015, 17:07
Well, since they did not broadcast ESC for 30 years and they did not show any interest, I doubt it will happen in the next ~50 years. :lol:

They did - They Broadcast Eurovision in 2012 & 2013 as well.

Eurovision 2013 reaches China | News | Eurovision Song Contest (http://www.eurovision.tv/page/news?id=eurovision_2013_reaches_china)
Eurovision Eurovision 2013 hits China (http://esctoday.com/68831/esc-2013-hits-china/)

Also Loreen was perform in the Chinese New Year eve 2013


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgBcm8HcpNc

Sabiondo
12th February 2015, 21:35
I find that also Celine Dion (Eurovision 1988) winner was visit also China 2 years ago too :)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhA_Lb53kIg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgPNDQWb4hk

zoyuxi
12th February 2015, 22:27
Oooh this should be interesting. *clap*

But yeah, like Australia, I doubt they would work as an ongoing competitor.

EscGeek
12th February 2015, 22:40
It's not about broadcasting,it's about the ratings ;)

Sabiondo
16th February 2015, 17:16
It's not about broadcasting,it's about the ratings ;)

But China future rankings in ESC (Considering as the most populated nation in the Earth as well) could be biggest than Australia & Europe together.

Dante
20th February 2015, 20:57
I don't think in the next 50 years this will happen..maybe not even in the next 100 years,but it would be great to have everybody, though I'd rather have a new contest and keep Eurovision as it is xD

Archer
30th March 2015, 03:54
Personally I wouldn't mind since Australia was allowed to participate. Though I'd prefer Japan if I could choose. Speaking of which; Japan should be invited for once.

MyHeartIsYours
30th March 2015, 13:56
^ I didnt mean to like that :lol:

NO to participation from China for me.

wyq614
30th March 2015, 16:39
I see 0.00001% of possibility for a Chinese participation in Eurovision in the next 5 years, and a 1% possibility in a 10-year range, although this is what I have always hoped. If it is a worldvision, China will surely participate though.

The biggest problem that stops China from participating is not geographical position, but the refusal to accept values supported by Europe and big cultural differences.

Archer
30th March 2015, 19:52
I see 0.00001% of possibility for a Chinese participation in Eurovision in the next 5 years, and a 1% possibility in a 10-year range, although this is what I have always hoped. If it is a worldvision, China will surely participate though.

The biggest problem that stops China from participating is not geographical position, but the refusal to accept values supported by Europe and big cultural differences.

A Far Easternvision would be ideal ;)

tuorem
9th April 2015, 18:19
I see 0.00001% of possibility for a Chinese participation in Eurovision in the next 5 years, and a 1% possibility in a 10-year range, although this is what I have always hoped. If it is a worldvision, China will surely participate though.

The biggest problem that stops China from participating is not geographical position, but the refusal to accept values supported by Europe and big cultural differences.

What kind of values are you talking about?

Tbh I wouldn't mind a guest country every year now that Australia opened the gates.

wyq614
9th April 2015, 18:54
What kind of values are you talking about?

Tbh I wouldn't mind a guest country every year now that Australia opened the gates.

For example, the tolerance.

CCTV broadcasted Eurovision 2013 on 5 October 2013 during National Day holiday (with Krista lesbian kiss censured), and then in December they even broadcasted ESC 2012, when Lang Kun (executive supervisor of CCTV Music Channel) said we would learn from the ESC pattern and Jon Ola Sand expressed his satisfaction and optimism for ESC being viewed by the most populated country of the planet.

But after all these cooperation moves until now CCTV shows no plans for ESC 2014 broadcast, even if Chinese culture is widely mentioned in the Grand Final, because a travesti Conchita Wurst won the contest, and called for unstoppable fighting for tolerance.

Had he not won, CCTV would censure his entry just as if he did not qualify, just as what Azerbaijan did to Armenian entries, but he won, as you can't eliminate the winner from the game, CCTV apparently gave up the broadcasting of ESC 2014.

This is the value, tolerance, that we find it so hard to accept.

tuorem
9th April 2015, 19:15
wyq614 Ok, I see. Actually, the only thing that would prevent you from taking part is indeed the will not to air the performance of a particular country.

If I'm not wrong, Lebanon's debut never happened because they were refusing to broadcast the Israeli performance (of course it wasn't for the same reason but still), so they withdrew instead. So as long as the issue comes from the broadcaster, we may not see you soon.

Sabiondo
7th May 2015, 15:35
Its seems that China will follow soon the ::au steps for an ESC participation in the future: The Chinese TV broadcaster Hunan TV plans to organize a live broadcast of the two semi-finals and the grand final of "Eurovision 2015".

http://eurofest.by/en/china-will-broadcast-live-the-semi-finals-and-the-final-of-eurovision/

Sabiondo
7th May 2015, 23:29
The chinesse promo for the 60th ESC ;)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5Zx-BeqevM

zoyuxi
12th May 2015, 00:39
There could be a Pacificvision, for countries that border the Pacific Ocean. How does that sound?

Nikoreindeer1973
11th October 2016, 11:28
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rgiwpryhoj0

Realest
5th July 2018, 22:25
I dont accept China as a Part of the Eurovision.
But after Semi1 it will never happen.