LPL All-Star Game postponed indefinitely, why?
Is it because of the absence of top-ranked players in the popularity vote? The LPL All-Star Game has officially postponed its opening.
At 11 p.m. on November 30 (Korea Standard Time), LPL announced the postponement of the All-Star Game through its official Weibo.
LPL said, “I’m sorry to announce the postponement of the All-Star Game. I will notify you as soon as the schedule is confirmed. The Rookie-Way team selection ceremony, which was scheduled for 10 p.m. tonight, will also be postponed. I hope you understand.”
The reason was the news of the death of former President Jiang Zemin, who was battling leukemia.
Former President Jiang Zemin, who died at the age of 96, succeeded Mao Zedong (Mo Taek-dong) and Deng Xiaoping (Deng Xiaoping) as China’s top leader and made various efforts to incorporate China into the international situation.
The entry into politics began with the activities of the Communist Party, which he joined as a college student in 1946. After working as a working-level electrical engineer (electric engineering major, Shanghai factory-Soviet auto factory dispatch, etc.), he was appointed as the mayor of Shanghai, which is considered a key position, gradually gaining ground as a politician, not a technician.
After the replacement of Zhao Ziyang, who was a political opponent through the so-called tightrope, he served as the chairman of the military committee and laid the foundation for “G2 China,” including Korea-China diplomatic relations (1992, GDP growth (1989-2003), and WTO accession (2001).
Meanwhile, as a result of the declaration of “National Day of Mourning,” all profile photos and background photos are displayed in black and white on Weibo. Weibo users should not be confused.