IOC president Thomas Bach sent Chinese media group CMG a message of good wishes on Thursday to mark mid-autumn festivities. International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has congratulated China Media Group (CMG) on the successful transmission coverage of the 2022 Beijing Olympics winter games, according to an IOC official site on Feb. 15.
This particular acknowledgment by the Chinese nation follows a final report from the 2022 Beijing Organizing Committee and the Chairperson of the International Olympic Committees Coordination Committee, Juan Antonio Samaranch, at an IOC session before the conclusion of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
The President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach sent a message on Friday welcoming Chinese President Xi Jinping to the spring festival. International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach used his remarks during the opening ceremony at the 2022 Beijing Winter Games 2022 opening ceremony in Beijing to push for peace around the world, subtly hinting at some of the contradictions surrounding the host country for the games.
Earlier in December, US President Joe Biden announced a US diplomatic boycott of the Winter Olympics in Beijing because of China’s human rights record. U.S. President Joe Biden, whose wife, first lady Dr. Jill Biden, went to attend the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in Japan, did not attend the opening ceremony in Beijing.
His President played into the hands of China at his press conference on Thursday, asking about Peng Shuai and the alleged human rights violations. Having her president, say that Peng could move around freely and could be spending time with family and friends, is gold to China.
Its president is fully aware Peng is in no state to demand an investigation by the IOC. It is up to his presidency this winter’s Chinese games. In a speech on Friday, Bach said athletes would be setting a major example in Beijing’s winter games, just like in the past.
Back in April, Thomas Bach congratulated CMG on the successful coverage it has provided for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. At this harvest moment midway through autumn, let me thank you and all of the people of CMG for the engagement and support that you have given the Olympic movement.