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Jin: Protecting the torch was my duty

Jin Jing's back home in Shanghai!

Quite possibly the most talked-about torchbearer at the moment is a young, slender Chinese woman who used her own body to protect the sacred flame during its journey in Paris. After her hectic journey, Jin faced a chaotic scene upon her arrival back in Shanghai on April 13. Reporters and fans alike all wanted a look at and a word with the "smiling angel in a wheelchair."  [Full story]
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Torchbearer Jin Jing Jin shares her story with the online community Upon her arrival in Beijing, Jin was brought, as a VIP, directly to Sohu's studio to share her experience with online viewers. [Full story]

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Torchbearer Jin Jing Torchbearer exhibits courage in Paris In Paris, at 1030 GMT on April 7, a 27-year-old woman named Jin Jing garnered much attention from media for her bravery. More>>

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EDWARD from Philippines

Good job Jin Jing!!!!! The Olympic Flame is very sacred and sabotaging this relay is the weirdest thing ever!!!! You've been a good example of a responsible preson for us!!!! You've been a good model to us young people!!!

Paula from Alice Springs, NT Australia

The Olympics gives the world the opportunity to be ONE. One World, One Dream. Lets celebrate and embrace the out standing achievements of all. Wishing everyone great success. Go Aussies!!

Will from Seattle, WA

This is indeed the Olmypic spirit. You have done your country proud ...

Anonym

Thank you Jin Jing for your courage in protecting the torch.
I'm so looking forward to the games and hope people like the men that attacked you don't spoil it. Only 118 days to go.
:-)

Anonym

She is the pride of China ,and she is also the pride of the world!!

Anonym

That is really good that you put your heart into keeping the tourch safe. It means a lot to people.

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