Even the “vomit” Chinese signature player was embarrassed… The entire video was deleted.

September 20, 2023 | by pondokslot.com


The Hangzhou Asian Games in China, which officially kick off this weekend, include go as an official sport for the first time in 13 years. Ahead of the games, Chinese go’s poster child, Kou Ze 9, posted a video on social media complaining about the food at the athletes’ village, but the video has suddenly disappeared, sparking controversy.

Our correspondent Kwon Ran in Beijing reports.

[Curze/Chinese Go Knight (AI-converted voice): This mutton is really bad, I think I’m going to vomit].

Curze, a Chinese go player competing in the Hangzhou Asian Games, complains after eating a meal at the athletes’ village cafeteria.

He takes another bite and swears it off.

[Curze/Chinese Go player: I think I’m going to get morning sickness from eating this lamb].

[Curze/Chinese Go player (AI-converted voice): This pork belly has a lot of hair, no thanks, I won’t eat it].

On the fifth, Curze posted the video on his social media, and it quickly went viral as fans shared it.

Suddenly, the video was deleted, as well as other videos shared by fans.

[Taiwan’s TVB News: The video was immediately taken down by Chinese authorities and disappeared from all major Chinese platforms].

Curze’s social media accounts now show him eating at a different restaurant in the athletes’ village, and the content has been replaced with nothing but praise.

He explains that the food he’s eating is from the hotel, and that the athlete’s village food will be served later.

The favorable video even has English subtitles. 굿모닝토토

[The food will be rich in nutrients. We will be able to eat the most delicious Hangzhou specialties. We are very excited].

The Chinese government has been heavily promoting the inclusion of Hangzhou specialties, such as dongfang, in the athletes’ village diet.

However, after Kurze posted a video complaining about the food in the athletes’ village, it was hastily deleted and a new video was posted, raising questions about whether or not the Chinese government was trying to trick him into posting a new video.


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