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Gates has cameo in anti-smoking video

By Shan Juan | China Daily | Updated: 2014-11-28 07:23

Bill Gates, co-chairman of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has a cameo role in a Chinese anti-smoking music video, which is part of a social media campaign launched by the foundation against passive smoking.

Feng Zhe, a gold medalist on the parallel bars in the 2012 Olympic Games, released his song Say No to Forced Smoking on Wednesday. Gates appears in the video wearing a T-shirt bearing the words of the song title.

Yang Jianyue, deputy director of the Gates Foundation in China, said the song is the latest initiative in a social media campaign that began in October. The foundation has joined with social media and philanthropic partners in calling on netizens to submit witty sayings against secondhand smoke.

Gates has cameo in anti-smoking video

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