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Police liaison officer at the Asian Table Tennis Championships

Updated : 2017-04-30
(chinadaily.com.cn)

The 23rd ITTF-Asian Table Tennis Championships was opened in Wuxi on April 9. In addition to athletes and coaches, a woman police wearing a blue suit with a bar and three stars on the shoulders, was also seen walking in the field.

As the first woman police liaison officer appearing at the international competitions held in Wuxi, Chen Qing's duty is to coordinate the event and the public security work during the competition.

Police liaison officer at the Asian Table Tennis Championships

Chen Qing patrols the venue every day during the championships. [Photo/wxrb.com]

Chen Qing, born in the1980s, started to play table tennis at the age of 6 and entered the national team in 2000. She completed the undergraduate course when she was in the team.

Joining in the first national team (top eight in the singles of national games or national championships will be directly selected into the team) in 2005, she immediately prepared for the 2006 Asian Table Tennis Championships.

"I had a lot of pressure because it's the first time I had been a main team player competing for the country glory," said Chen. "Thinking I can't be a drag on the national team, in addition to sleep, I did nothing but training every day."

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