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The gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics is “low quality” Chinese media pointed out, “plating peeling” of domestic players over the turmoil: J-CAST news[full text display]

Zhu Xueying (23) = China = SNS post who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics trampolining girls is controversial in China.

  • Zhu Xueying won the gold medal in the women’s trampolin (Photo: Reuters / Afro)

  • Image posted by Zhu on Weibo

    Image posted by Zhu on Weibo

  • Zhu Xueying won the gold medal in the women's trampolin (Photo: Reuters / Afro)
  • Image posted by Zhu on Weibo

Zhu’s post is a big topic in China

Zhu revealed on August 23, 2021 on the Chinese version of Twitter “Weibo” that the surface of the gold medal won at the Tokyo Olympics was peeled off.

The post was accompanied by multiple images and videos of the gold medal with the surface peeled off, and Zhu asked the Tokyo Olympics medalists, “Can your medal also have the surface peeled off?”

Zhu is a player whose popularity has skyrocketed in China after winning the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. The attention of SNS was also high, and this post was spread all over the country at once, and several local media took up this case.

Looking at the video posted by Zhu, it seems that the surface of the upper left part of the medal is peeled off a little, and when Zhu rubs that part, the peeled part is further enlarged.

“Is there chocolate inside?”

According to the Chinese media Sina Physical Education (WEB version), Zhu thought that the surface of the medal was dirty and rubbed it with his hand, and as a result, the surface peeled off, and it was never intentionally peeled off.

In addition, Sina Sports points out that each medal of the Tokyo Olympics is made of recycled metal recovered from electrical appliances, and it is of low quality even if it proves environmental protection and innovation.

In response to Zhu’s post, “Weibo” said, “I thought it was peeled off intentionally at first, but I found that it was peeled off.” “Is this a Japanese ingenuity?” “Is there chocolate inside?” Comments such as “?”, “The surface peeled off in less than a month”, and “I’m going to die because I laugh too much” were received.

Zhu was surprised that the response from this post was so great that he posted a new post on Weibo on the 24th, “I never thought this issue would be in the top three of the hot search list. It was also a horror for me. “

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