President of Chinese Olympic Committee thanks frontline media professionals

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Gou Zhongwen, president of the Chinese Olympic Committee, thanked media professionals who have been working tirelessly on the front line to cover the Winter Games. He made the remarks at the China Media Group (CMG) Forum held on Wednesday in Beijing. Themed “Together for a High-tech Winter Olympics,” the CMG Forum was hosted by CMG and co-hosted by the Chinese Olympic Committee and Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

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