After being banned over a cake that resembled a tank from Tiananmen Square, China's lipstick king has returned.

Li Jiaqi, a well-known e-commerce live streamer that China had banned, has now appeared on his live-streaming show . China censored Li after presenting the audience with a plate of Viennetta ice cream similar to a tank on the eve of June 4-Tiananmen Square massacre day .

Beijing (China), September 24: According to media reports, Li Jiaqi, a well-known e-commerce live streamer that China had banned, has now appeared on his live-streaming show.China censored Li after presenting the audience with a plate of Viennetta ice cream from the British brand Walls, similar to a tank on the eve of June 4-Tiananmen Square massacre day.Li, 30, was once China's one of the country's most popular internet celebrities, with 64 million followers on Alibaba's Taobao.In a sales competition against Alibaba founder Jack Ma, he once sold 15,000 lipsticks in less than five minutes, claiming the title of Chinas lipstick king.

The tank shape, according to experts, is a revered symbol in China, which is attributed to the massacre by many.The Chinese government has attempted to erase any memories of its bloody military crackdown on the Tiananmen Square demonstrations for decades, most notably around the anniversary of June 4.However, the fiasco has compelled his supporters to inquire about the Tiananmen Square massacre, because many young Chinese — particularly those born after the shooting — have grown up with no knowledge of the tragedy.On the eve of June 4, 1989, Chinese officials deployed tanks and heavily armed troops to clear Beijing's Tiananmen Square, where student protesters had gathered for weeks to demand independence and greater rights, according to CNN.

As the show began, the number of viewers increased.Despite the fact that Li once sold 15,000 lipsticks in less than five minutes on the eve of this year's Tiananmen Square massacre, his live-stream had 63 million viewers, up from most of his previous shows.Li didn't say anything about the reason why he had stopped broadcasting in the last three months and concentrated solely on selling the merchandise, which saw more than 50,000 units sell, totaling 12.3 million yuan ($1.75 million).You are now here, as some fans said in bullet comments as the screen zoomed in.Hello, everyone, and welcome