The California-born skiing sensation, who competed for China at the Beijing Winter Olympics, says she's American when stateside and Chinese when in China, but some find this hard to accept.
"I'm not going to let them win—to stop me—to silence me from expressing my opinions anywhere," Arthur Liu said.
Events have been pulled from Russia and superstar athletes from the country have spoken out against the war in Ukraine.
After over two weeks of thrilling fans with the best in snow sports, the Winter Olympics will come to an end with a spectacular closing ceremony.
"For us, the genocide doesn't stop in the two to three weeks of the Olympic Games," Zumretay Arkin, an ethnic Uyghur Muslim, told CBS News.
"[Anna] Shcherbakova—this is her Olympic gold medal, and she's standing by herself with a teddy bear," said Wagner, a commentator and former U.S. Olympian.
I'm not just feeling for Valieva, who ultimately did not place in a medal position, I'm feeling for all the competitors.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that the shelling of a kindergarten in Stanytsia Luhansk, allegedly by pro-Russian forces, was a "big provocation."
Fellow Russian Olympic Committee skater Anna Shcherbakova took first in the competition instead, and Valieva came in fourth.
The 15-year-old figure skater is last on the long program bill at Thursday's gold medal event in Beijing.
Yan Jiarong of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games interjected to have the final say on questions related to Taiwan and the Uyghurs.
Cross-country skier Valentyna Kaminska has been barred after she tested positive for three banned substances, the International Testing Association said Wednesday.
No medal ceremonies are being conducted in figure skating as the controversy surrounding Russian 15-year-old Kamila Valieva continues.
Newsweek has charted out China's global network of bilateral partnerships with more than 100 countries.
Team USA sprinter said race was a factor in the different treatment she claims to have received compared to Valieva following positive drug tests.
Valieva, 15, is in pole position heading into the Beijing Olympics figure skating long program on Thursday.
Slovakia's penalty-shot victory means there will be no rematch of the "Miracle on Ice" at the Beijing Games.
"My stomach hurts, I'm very pale and I have huge black circles around my eyes. I want all this to end," one Olympian wrote on social media.
The Russian skater reportedly said she tested positive for a banned substance because her grandfather uses it.
An executive with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said a trio of medications found in the Russian figure skater's sample could be aimed at increasing endurance.
"Every athlete needs to know when they put their flag on, you're standing for freedom or you're standing for human rights abuses," the former U.N. ambassador said.
Before the controversy surrounding the Russian figure skater, reporters had been asking about Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai and the government's actions involving Uyghur Muslims.
The Russian figure skater scored high enough in the women's individual event to take the lead.
Russian teenager Kamila Valieva was cleared to compete in Tuesday's women's figure skating competition at the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Nowhere is this Olympic Truce needed more than in Yemen.
Developments surrounding the doping case of Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva, 15, are overshadowing the Winter Olympics.
Valieva tested positive for trimetazidine, a banned heart medication that can boost blood flow and efficiency.
"It's all in the skin," tweeted the sprinter, who was barred from competing in the Summer Olympics after testing positive for THC.
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee released a statement after the International Olympic Committee cleared Russian Kamila Valieva for competition.
The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee hit out at the decision to allow Kamila Valieva to compete.