Chinese skiing pioneer arouses admiration for Beijing 2022

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Shan Zhaojian is the first ski champion in China. After his retirement, he dedicated himself to making the sport more popular in the country. CGTN anchor Olivier Grandjean paid a friendly visit to this skiing veteran, who arouses admiration for the upcoming Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games.

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