Playing for the Competition: The US vs China



American-born Eileen Gu has received a lot of attention this Olympics for playing for the competition—China. And she’s not the only American to do so. In this episode of China Unscripted, we discuss how this is being viewed in the US vs China, the status of these athletes’ citizenship, and the role that race plays in Chinese citizenship.

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This is a highlight from the full episode No. 153 Beijing Olympics: Covid, Creepy Pandas, & Changing Nationalities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEJrR25o8gI

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