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A boy beats Yao at table tennis. Yao invited to China’s Got Talent show

June 24th, 2011
by John

Yao had some fun in Beijing earlier in the week when he was filmed for a promotional spot for China National Fitness Day (to be held August 8th), which also marks the third anniversary of the opening of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Raymond reports in the forum that Yao lost badly to the boy because Yao is just too tall for the sport, as you can see in the photos below!

June 20, 2011 - Yao Ming plays table tennis with a 6 year old boy as part of a promotional video for China National Fitness Day

June 20, 2011 - Yao Ming plays table tennis with a 6 year old boy as part of a promotional video for China National Fitness Day

For more photos from the table tennis match, click here.

Also earlier in the week, Yao was invited as a special observer to Shanghai Oriental TV’s semifinal of China’s Got Talent show (a licensed spin-off of Britain’s Got Talent) in the People’s Great Hall in Beijing on Sunday and Monday (June 19/20).

June 20, 2011 - Yao Ming makes a special appearance on China's Got Talent show

June 20, 2011 - Yao Ming makes a special appearance on China's Got Talent show

Click here for more photos and details of Yao at the show.

2 Responses to “A boy beats Yao at table tennis. Yao invited to China’s Got Talent show”

  1. Weny712 Says:

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  2. bkkang Says:

    Yao is a gentle 'monster' in NBA and a true gentleman in life. Simply extra-ordinary individual sportsman from the East and probably we should name one of the stars out in the sky after him for his great characters that  he exemplifies so that the rest of world and China will remember and admire his greatness in humility ,loyalty, compassion, responsibility and caring attitude to his nation and  all societies. We hope he will continue his great works towards charities and be a beacon to the underprivileged.

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