Chinese Activists Want to Ensure Peng Shuai’s Sexual Assault Allegations Do Not Get Overlooked

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Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “Chinese Activists Want to Ensure Peng Shuai’s Sexual Assault Allegations Do Not Get Overlooked” – below is their description.

“She came forward, and she’s been silenced.”

Chinese activists are glad to see that tennis star Peng Shuai is physically safe, but they want to ensure her allegations of sexual assault do not get overlooked.

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