What a load of nonsense.
The poor girl, Le Nguyen Quynh Anh, sang on Vietnam's got talent and quite rightly got told she could not continue in the competition. I don't need to be a judge to know that her voice is hardly inspiring. So at the end of her performance her mother comes onto the stage to protest her daughter's brilliance. I know it's an Asian thing, just as prevelant here in Vietnam as in China and Korea, the 'tiger mother' syndrome. But can we please just love our children for who they are? Is that such a complex thing to understand? Can't these parents see what they are doing to the mental health of their children?
Obviously not, as Quynh Anh's mother, on top of totally humiliating her daughter on national television, decided to write to the party to complain too! Now the family are complaining of being treated unfairly by the television network, of being made to look stupid.
Your first mistake was going on stage to say your daughter was good when she isn't. That DID make you look stupid. Not much work for the editors there. Your second mistake was to then continue your protests publicly and at a governmental level. Now you look even more stupid, because you won't let it go, and your detachment from reality takes the breath away. This probably led to the paradoy on VTV3.
Yes, TV shows should not edit programs to make people out to be stupid, but this is the nature of the beast - don't put yourself in that position in the first place and it won't happen. They don't make the talented ones out to be crazy do they? Take the hint. Love your kids, but don't build them up their whole lives on false promise because one day that matchstick castle will come tumbling down.
The finger pointing has to stop!