Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Olympics

In response to the Chinese human rights violations in Xinjiang, the United States White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki released a statement on December 6, 2021, that the United States will move forward on their diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics. Following the lead of the United States, other countries includingContinue reading “Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Olympics”

The Olympic Torch from Tokyo to Paris

After 16 days of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, now the Olympic torch has been passed on to the Paris 2024 Olympics. In the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Team USA tallied the most gold medals with 39 and 113 total medals. Team USA was narrowly followed by China with 38 gold medals and 88 total medals. TheContinue reading “The Olympic Torch from Tokyo to Paris”

2020 Tokyo Olympics and COVID-19 Measures

While the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics have been widely contested, principally in Japan amongst the citizens fearing for the further COVID-19 spread, the Japanese Government has displayed an eagerness to open the festivity with a numbered spectators or no spectators depending on the conditions. At this moment in time, the Olympics committee in Japan determinedContinue reading “2020 Tokyo Olympics and COVID-19 Measures”

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