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"I was scared, I was crying. Why did you force me to have sex?" Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai posted on Weibo of her alleged assault by a party leader and promptly vanished - here we publish the post in translation in full

The broader consequences of China's treatment of tennis star Peng Shuai may be very bad for Beijing: New Economy Saturday

The State Department welcomed the suspension of women's tennis tournaments in China over the silencing of Peng Shuai, backing a decision condemned by Chinese officials

▶️ Omicron on the way, WTA rallies around Peng Shuai, the France of Josephine Baker... and Zemmour

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Peng Shuai’s disappearance shows why the UK must provide a safe haven for young Hongkongers | @SarahChampionMP 

What Peng Shuai’s case tells us about China’s #MeToo  movement. My column this week (with correct link this time)

Chinese tennis start Peng Shuai has had only a few direct contacts with officials outside China since she disappeared from public view last month.

The International Olympic Committee has a long history of allowing repressive governments to use it to soften their image. Its help in letting the Chinese government cover up its silencing of Peng Shuai for charging sexual assault is the latest example.

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The State Department welcomed the suspension of women's tennis tournaments in China over the silencing of Peng Shuai, backing a decision condemned by Chinese officials

Tennis star Peng Shuai is casting international light on China's #MeToo  movement

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JUST NOW: Amazing...see China censor @CNN  in real time as @willripleyCNN  reports on tennis star Peng Shuai.

Breaking News: The women’s professional tennis tour said it was immediately suspending all tournaments in China in response to Peng Shuai’s disappearance. Shuai said last month that she was sexually assaulted by a top member of the Chinese government.

BREAKING: WTA announces decision to suspend its tournaments in China due to the ongoing Peng Shuai situation. From Steve Simon:

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The head of the Women's Tennis Association Steve Simon has said he is willing to lose hundreds of millions of dollars worth of business in China if tennis player Peng Shuai's is not fully accounted for and her allegations investigated.

The WTA says it may pull out of China over the disappearance of tennis star Peng Shuai. She has been missing since Nov. 2, when she accused a government official of sexual assault. Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka and others have raised concern with the hashtag #WhereIsPengShuai .

Naomi Osaka spoke out after Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai went missing after accusing a government official, Zhang Gaoli, of sexual assault. Censors deleted Peng's Weibo post and blocked her account. Advocates are demanding an investigation with the hashtag #WhereIsPengShuai .

I am devastated and shocked to hear about the news of my peer, Peng Shuai. I hope she is safe and found as soon as possible. This must be investigated and we must not stay silent. Sending love to her and her family during this incredibly difficult time. #whereispengshuai 

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We are united with the rest of tennis in the need to understand that Peng Shuai is safe. Full statement ⬇️

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Statement by Steve Simon, WTA Chairman & CEO: The statement released today by Chinese state media concerning Peng Shuai only raises my concerns as to her safety and whereabouts. Peng Shuai must be allowed to speak freely, without coercion or intimidation from any source.

When the Myanmar military ordered Tha Peng "to shoot at protesters with his submachine gun to disperse them," he refused. “'The next day, an officer called to ask me if I will shoot,' he said. The 27-year-old refused again and then resigned" from the army.

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