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Liu Xiang's father returns to China

08-12-2012 21:02 BJT Special Report:2012 London Olympic Games |

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Chinese hurdler Liu Xiang’s parents are heading back to China, two days after Liu Xiang received treatment at London’s Wellington Hospital. Our reporter spoke to Liu Xiang’s father. He told us about the current physical and mental status of his Olympian son.

Liu Xuegen, Chinese hurdler Liu Xiang’s father, said, “Liu Xiang now is very calm, especially so when he heard the operation succeeded. The operation has taken out all the remains of the operation four years ago. The doctor said it would take five or six months for Liu Xiang to recover. He pretends strong in front of me. But I know he’s hiding his sadness. All we hope him to do is move forward."

 

 

Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CCTV.com

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