Publishedduration1 hour agoshareSharenocloseShare pagelinkCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightAlamyimage captionNigel Ng finds himself at the centre of a storm over digital content creators bowing to Chinese censorship
Comedian Nigel Ng has deleted a video and apologised to his fans after featuring a YouTuber who has criticised the Chinese government.
Nigel Ng has three million subscribers on YouTube where he plays the character Uncle Roger and gives a running commentary on Asian recipe videos.
On Tuesday, Mr Ng apologised on Chinese social media for including Mike Chen, a popular YouTuber, in one of his videos.
Mr Chen has previously spoken out about the treatment of Uighurs in Xinjiang.
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Mr Ng's decision has led some to accuse him of pandering to China – while also leaving his fans on Chinese social media confused.
UK viewers may be familiar with his humorous critique of a BBC Good Food recipe for egg-fried rice.