The performers, Ouyang Nana and Angela Chang, from Taiwan are due to perform on the state television show on Wednesday.They are set to sing Chinese patriotic songs including ‘My Motherland’ which has been branded a propaganda move for China.
Taiwanese officials warned the two women may be violating their country’s law.
The authorities threatened to fine the two performers up to NT$500,000 (£13,381) if they sing for China’s state television.
Tensions between China and Taiwan have continued to escalate as Beijing has conducted several military drills and threatened to seize the island.
China’s state broadcaster CCTV announced the TV performаnce which will mаrk the Communist regime’s 71st аnniversаry on 1 October.
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