Taipei Arena re­verses ban on A-Mei song de­spite com­plaints

The China Post - - LOCAL -

The Taipei Arena yes­ter­day suc­cumbed to pres­sure from fans of A-Mei, re­vers­ing its ban on one of the pop diva’s songs that it had deemed too dis­turb­ing for the sta­dium’s neigh­bors.

The Taipei Arena said it would be ok for A-Mei to per­form “San Tien San Yeh,’ or “Three Days Three Nights,” ( ) de­spite com­plaints from neigh­bors about the dis­tur­bance cre­ated by thou­sands of fans danc­ing and stomp­ing fran­ti­cally to the song af­ter 10 p.m.

It was just hours af­ter the sta­dium man­age­ment had im­posed a ban on the song, which had marked one of the cli­matic mo­ments of A-Mei’s con­cert tour at the Taipei Arena over the past six days since April 4.

But news of the ban sent hun­dreds of the pop-diva’s call­ing the Taipei Arena man­age­ment, de­mand­ing it re­verse the de­ci­sion.

Ear­lier, A-Mei’s agent said they had ac­cepted the Taipei Arena’s de­ci­sion and would look for a re­plac­ing song for the closing mo­ments.

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