Frontline Correspondent | No audience allowed: Why does Japan hold Olympics still?
A week has passed after the official launch of the Tokyo Olympics while the number of COVID cases continue to climb and reach new peaks in Japan. With rigid limitations and no audience at the competitions, it is natural to question whether holding the Olympics is a reasonable choice.
Samuel Wong, a Frontline Correspondent of DotDotNews, will present us firsthand information and latest news about the Tokyo Olympics through a series of videos.
Why does Japan hold the Olympics despite the pandemic situation? Who is making the final decisions behind the scenes? Is there anything to gain? Watch the video now for more details, and always stay tuned for more to come!