Together for a shared future’ media action launched ahead of Beijing Winter Olympics 2022


CGTN America has launched the “Together for a Shared Future” media action ahead of Beijing Win-ter Olympics 2022. The programme includes the video messages of high-profile guests, expectations from a senior IOC member and Olympic athletes on the upcoming 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, as well as celebrations of Chinese New Year of Tiger in Washington, D.C.

China Media Group President and Editor-in-Chief Shen Haixiong delivered an online video mes-sage introducing the world to a state-of-the-art 5G livestreaming studio.

In his video message, Shen invites media col-leagues from all over the world to use the studio, built on the high-speed train being used during the Games.

He says China is ready for the Games and let us be together for a shared future. China’s Ambassador to the US, Qin Gang, also shared a special video message to ice hockey fans, saying that people love the sport because the game reflects “the sportsman-ship of mutual respect” and “fair play”.

Ambassador Qin Gang also said that the Beijing Winter Olympics is using the best ice-making tech-nology in the world, and will produce “zero-carbon emissions”.

Dick Pound, International Olympic Committee senior member, along with other Olympic figures, also shared their excitement for the upcoming com-petition in China.

Several American Olympic players, including three-time U.S. Olympic Gold medalist Shawn White, said they were very hopeful for the upcom-ing Games, showing a great eagerness to compete in Beijing on the world stage.

The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games coin-cide with the Chinese New Year. CGTN America launched a celebration of Sport, Unity and Happi-ness for the upcoming Year of the Tiger at the Capi-tal One Arena in Washington, D.C. Fans were treated to giveaways, including stuffed tigers and pandas.


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