U.S. athletes reflect on Winter Olympics trip: Love Chinese culture and food and eager to get back to China

2022-05-11 0 By

Us athlete Tessa Moder, who was moved to tears by a Chinese volunteer, has left for China after finishing her Olympic Games.Moder reflected on her journey to the Beijing Winter Olympics in a long post on social media site Instagram on Sunday.She says she loves Chinese food, culture and people and can’t wait to travel back to China.”I spent a couple of days reflecting on my experience at the Olympics.I am very grateful for this rare opportunity.””I don’t think I did as well as I would have liked, but I’m going to work harder and get better,” Moder wrote in a post on Monday.”Thank you all for your love and support over the past two weeks.When we came to China, I felt so much love and welcome from so many people, and I can’t wait to travel back later.I really like the people, the food and the culture.Thank you for your support!”In addition to a lengthy review of her Olympic journey, Moder also posted photos of herself with winter Olympics volunteers, with the Olympic rings and Ice Blocks, and in locations such as shops in the Winter Olympics village.The post has been liked more than 1,700 times in just over an hour.In a video posted after the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympics on Sunday, Moder broke down in tears as he recalled the moment volunteers shouted “Welcome to China” at him.After the video sparked a heated debate, the named volunteer wrote her a warm reply, inviting her to come back to China after the epidemic.Later, while in the Olympic Village, Moder posted videos and photos of delicious Chinese food and his own Great Wall Lego.(By Zhang Ni) (source: Overseas Website)