Peng Shuai claims that Peng Shuai was forced to have a relationship by important national leaders
BEIJING-Photos released by tournament organizers show that Peng Shuai, a tennis player, made a public appearance at a Beijing youth tournament on Sunday. He had been reported missing.
The China Open post on the Weibo social network did not mention Peng’s disappearance or his allegations. The photo shows Peng standing at the courtside, three-time Olympic champion and ex-Wimbledon champion waving at the children while signing a giant tennisball.
After accusing China’s top leader of sexual abuse, it tried to suppress any information about Peng abroad and suppress fear abroad.
Peng’s disappearance, and the government’s inability to respond to information requests, prompted protests against the Winter Olympics being held in February.
After the tennis player accused Zhang Gaoli, who was a member of the ruling party’s standing committee before 2018, of forcing her to have sex on November 2, the ruling party seemed to try to alleviate concerns about her without acknowledging her disappearance.
This is a moment in which the Communist Party strives for prestige.
If Peng, world number one in doubles, doesn’t get his safety, the professional women’s tennis tournament could be forced to leave China.
The debate about Peng’s prosecution has been deleted from the Chinese website. A spokesperson for the government denied Friday that they had received any information regarding the complaint. The ruling party’s Internet filter prevents most Chinese from viewing other overseas social networks and most of the world’s media.
Dave Hagerty is the President of the International Tennis Federation, and a member of the International Olympic Committee. He released a statement on Sunday saying that he was most concerned for Peng Shuai’s safety and well-being. “Her video this weekend seems to be a A positive step, but we will continue to seek Peng Shuai’s direct participation and confirmation that she is safe and sound.”
Chinese activists, businessmen, and citizens have become more vocal critics of party members in recent years. Peng is like this. The whereabouts and identities of certain people remain unknown since the police intervened to combat corruption or stop the pro-democracy movement or labor rights movement.
Some of them reappeared without explanation after weeks or even months. They should not reveal the reason for their detention.