MIRROR Severely injured can breathe on their own, remove the neck band within 4 weeks | MIrror | Ah Mo | Remove the neck band

[The Epoch Times, September 26, 2022](The Epoch Times reporter Tong Yijia reported) Backing dancer Li Qiyan (A Mo), who was seriously injured in the accident of the Hong Kong men’s group “MIRROR” concert falling off the screen, is still hospitalized, and the Family Development Fund Director-General Luo Naixuan forwarded a prayer letter from Ah Mo’s … Read more

MIRROR family members of seriously injured people issued a letter to refuse Li Zekai’s tens of millions of donations | MIrror | Ah Mo | Li Qiyan

[Epoch Times, September 14, 2022](The Epoch Times reporter Tong Yijia reported) The Hong Kong men’s group MIRROR concert had an accident more than a month ago. The seriously injured backing dancer Li Qiyan (A Mo) is still in the intensive care unit. heal. Li Zekai, the owner of the concert organizer, issued a statement on … Read more

MIRROR Severely Injured Condition: Ninety-five percent of cervical spine cannot be recovered | MIrror | Ah Mo | Li Qiyan

[Epoch Times, September 5, 2022](The Epoch Times reporter Tong Yijia reported) The Hong Kong men’s group “MIRROR” had an accident at the Red Pavilion on July 28, and the backing dancer Ah Mo (Li Qiyan) was smashed by a giant screen. He was injured and is still under observation and treatment in the intensive care … Read more

MIRROR Seriously Injured Treated for 3 Weeks Looking Forward to Reconstruction of Cervical Spinal Nerve | MIrror | Li Qiyan | Ah Mo

[The Epoch Times, August 22, 2022](The Epoch Times reporter Tong Yijia reported) The Hong Kong men’s group “MIRROR” had a serious accident earlier in the concert. The 600-kilogram giant screen was hit, and the head and neck were severely injured, and the spinal cord was damaged, resulting in quadriplegia. His pastor’s father, Li Shenglin, said … Read more

The seriously injured at the MIRROR concert are sober and can simply communicate with the outside world | MIrror | Ah Mo | Li Qiyan

[The Epoch Times, August 8, 2022](The Epoch Times reporter Tong Yijia reported) The Hong Kong men’s group “MIRROR” held a serious accident in the 4th concert at the Red Pavilion on July 28. The screen suddenly fell and hit 2 dancers. The seriously injured Ah Mo (Li Qiyan) was still in the intensive care unit … Read more

Lu Tinghui arrived at West Kowloon Police Chief to assist in the investigation | MIrror | Screen |

[Epoch Times, August 5, 2022](The Epoch Times reporters Ye Zeyu, Song Bilong, Dove Hong Kong reported) The big screen of the men’s group MIRROR concert in the red hall fell into a serious accident, and the police intervened in the investigation. Lu Tinghui, CEO of Makerville, the organizer of the MIRROR concert, took a black … Read more

Injured dancers MIRROR Chen Zhuoxian and Chen Ruihui made their debut at the concert- 8world Entertainment Lifestyle

(Comprehensive news) The popular Hong Kong boy group MIRROR had a major accident on the screen during their concert at the Red Pavilion on July 28, causing two dancers to be injured. Among them, Li Qiyan (A Mo), who was seriously injured, was still being treated in the intensive care unit. . After the accident, … Read more

Mirror concert accident site implements restrictions to prohibit hanging Weiya | Mirror | concert | accident_Sina entertainment_Sina.com

Mirror concert accident site imposes restrictions Sina Entertainment News According to the media, the investigation working group established by the government held its first meeting yesterday after the horror accident of the men’s group MIRROR concert in the red hall. The Leisure and Cultural Services Department, which is in charge of the leading group, stated … Read more

MIRROR concert tragedy affected Xie Anqi concert refused insurance | MIrror | Fang Haomin

[Epoch Times, August 2, 2022](The Epoch Times reporter Tong Yijia reported) The Hong Kong men’s group “MIRROR” had a serious accident during their concert on July 28. Backing dancer Li Qiyan (A Mo) was hit by a 600kg In critical condition after the big screen hit. Now it is rumored that many concert organizers have … Read more