The game is a youth champions match between a Beijing-based tennis player, and five other Beijingers.
Beijing.——The editor of a Communist Party newspaper posted a video on the Internet in which the alleged missing tennis player Peng Shuai appeared to watch a game on Sunday.
Hu Xijin, Global Times’s editor, released a video showing Peng standing alongside five others. This match, according to journalists, is similar to the Beijing Youth Championship.
The ruling party tried to dispel outside criticisms and concerns about Peng An’an when this video was broadcast. China’s government suppressed information regarding tennis players who had accused a high ranking official of sexual assault.
The ruling party is trying to downplay concerns about Peng but won’t admit Peng has disappeared. . Sex with him.
Hu tweeted that Peng would soon “show up publicly” and that Twitter was a closed social network for many Chinese Internet users.
Peng’s disappearance, and the government’s inability to respond to information requests led to the cancellation of the request that the Winter Olympics be held in Beijing in February.
This is a moment in which the Communist Party strives for prestige.
Peng was the subject of a discussion on the Chinese site. It has since been removed. A spokesperson for the government denied Friday that they understood widespread outrage over the case.
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 ruling party has also imposed Internet filters that prevent the majority of Chinese from accessing social media or foreign media.
China’s businessmen, activists, citizens and citizens have become more critical of the party in recent years. Peng looks like these people. The whereabouts and identities of certain people remain unknown since the police intervened to combat corruption and to quell the prodemocracy movement or labor rights movement.
Some people reappeared weeks or months later without explanation. They are not advised to divulge the reason or reason they were detained.
Hu’s newspaper, which is well-known for its nationalist tone, often uses Twitter as a platform to criticize foreign governments. Peng wrote Saturday that Peng was “free in his own home” but would soon be available to the public “to participate in some activities.”