Jin Jing (Chinese: 金晶; Pinyin: Jīn Jīng; born 1981) is a Chinese female Paralympic fencer. She is notable as a torchbearer carrying the Olympic torch during protests against the Chinese Communist Party in Paris, France. Since then she has become a propaganda instrument and a rallying point for Chinese nationalists.
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- Local police were separated for me for a moment when activists began to disturb the relay. I was attacked three times. The most terrible moment was when three or four men came to rob the torch, but I couldn't give up. As a torchbearer, that's my duty.
- Jin: Protecting the torch is my duty The Official Website of the 2008 Summer Olympics Torch Relay, 2008-04-10
- I don't think I did anything great. Any Chinese or Olympics-loving torchbearer would protect the torch under such circumstances.
- Anger is growing in China over Olympics protests Los Angeles Times, 2008-04-12