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Chinese Diver Proposes to Girlfriend After She Won the Olympic Silver Medal

He Zi thought she was just going to accept her medal at the podium, little did she know her boyfriend had something else planned!


If you’re looking for a roller coaster of emotions, just imagine what Chinese Olympic diver He Zi went through when her boyfriend suddenly went up beside her on the podium and proposed!

25 year-old He Zi and her boyfriend, 30 year-old Qin Kai, have been dating for 6 years, and both of them are accomplished divers. In fact, Qin Kai had just won a bronze medal in his own synchronized diving event the week before.

Qin Kai and his fellow diver He Chong holding their medals at the men’s synchronised 3m springboard victory ceremony during the World Swimming Championships in Barcelona, July 23, 2013.


Source: China Daily

As He Zi was posing for photos at the ceremony with the other divers, Qin Kai suddenly showed up on stage, with an expectant look on his face. Before He Zi could register his presence, the other participants left the podium while Qin Kai approached He Zi. With a red box containing a ring and a glass-encased rose, he went down on one knee and proposed.

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“I didn’t know he would propose today and I didn’t expect myself to marry myself out so early,” said He, who tearfully accepted the proposal with a big hug. “I saw him during the afternoon and he seemed to be memorizing something, so I asked him ‘what are you doing?’ and he said he was singing.”

He Zi goes on to say, “I’ve forgotten most of what he’s said (during the proposal), but it’s largely what you can expect like promises, but what touched me the most is that he said he was willing to be bullied by me for life,”

He Zi demurely smiles as Qin Kai celebrates her acceptance to his proposal.

He Zi demurely smiles as Qin Kai celebrates her acceptance to his proposal.

Source: IB Times

Shi Tingmao, the winner of the gold medal in the same event, says she knew about the proposal before the event. “I’m really happy for them, because these years, be it career or relationships-wise, they have had to face a lot of pressure,” she said.

This proposal is the second in the Rio Olympics. The first was when Isadora Cerullo of the Brazilian women’s rugby team accepted a marriage proposal from her girlfriend at the medals ceremony for the first Olympic rugby sevens competition last week.


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Things seemed fine at first.

Things seemed fine at first.

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Fabriga (left) and Pahoyo (right) failed in their dives.

Fabriga (left) and Pahoyo (right) failed in their dives.

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MH370 Mystery Solved? Washed Up Plane Parts and Passenger Items Finally Showing Up.

It has been more than two years since the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370 bound for China went missing. It was March 8, 2014 when the Boeing 777 aircraft vanished without a trace along with its 227 passengers and 12 in-flight crew. After all this time, the relatives of the MH370 passengers haven't gotten any closure yet. Various speculations have arisen from conspiracy theories, terrorist takeover, alien abductions and whatnot. After the intensive search and rescue operations made by the joint efforts of various nations, nothing concrete turned up. Search operations went as far as the areas near Perth, Australia but yielded unfruitful results. Years later, washed up airplane parts are rekindling the MH370 case anew. Could these artifacts tell the untold story of the world's most mysterious airplane crash?

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A map showing the original intended flight path, the re-route and the initial search areas for MH370

A map showing the original intended flight path, the re-route and the initial search areas fr MH370

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