China's top clothing brand JNBY's 'poor act', 'anti-India' statement and pictures raided on children's clothes
China's top clothing brand JNBY (Chinese clothing brand JNBY) has faced criticism. Actually, one of its products has pictures of people shown as Indians. In this, phrases like 'Welcome to hell' and 'Let me touch you' have been written. This product is a children's clothing. The company has received a lot of criticism after it came to the fore. This week on Chinese social media, a mother complained about clothes. After this JNBY apologized and recalled the clothes from the market.
The report of the state-run Global Times termed these prints printed on the clothes as 'inappropriate' and 'horrible'. But it did not say anything about anti-India pictures in its report. The complainant woman has been identified as Mogu Mogu. The woman wrote on Chinese social media that her family had bought a shirt for their four-year-old son. The woman shared a picture of a white shirt, in which pictures and words can be seen written in black. He came to know the meaning of the words written on the clothes later, because the shirt was bought by the child's grandparents, who did not know English.
Picture of product with anti-India statement also surfaced
The Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post (SCMP) quoted the woman as saying, 'Welcome to Hell (Welcome to Hell). Pardon me? Who are you welcoming? These pictures are of torture and are meant to be worn by a four year old child. It bothers me just thinking about it. The SCMP report said, 'Soon after the woman's post went viral, a user shared a product with anti-India images (Anti-India Product in China). It was written in English that the whole place is full of Indians. I will open fire on them with this gun.
The company apologized for the incident
According to the Global Times report, after the incident came to light, the company has apologized on the lifestyle sharing app Xiaohongshu. Customer service said at the brand's official T-Mall store, 'We would like to apologize for the concern caused to the customers due to the design and now we will tighten the regulation.' The company did not explain how the inappropriate words and images were printed on the clothing. Based in Hangzhou City, East China, the company describes itself as one of the most influential designer brand fashion houses in China.