[P] . Ma Chong never expected that after 10 years as a special police officer, he became a internet celebrity due to being filmed in a video by passersby for over 10 seconds. The photographer doesn't know if he is a citizen or a tourist, but he praises him for being "tough guy", "tall", and "this is all about security!" Then he became popular.
Ma Chong is a special police officer from the Xihu District Branch of Hangzhou Public Security Bureau, and also a practical police skills instructor. Before being admitted to the special police, Ma Chong studied at Shanghai Sports University and worked as a taekwondo athlete for many years. He played in national championships and later became an assistant coach. Born in 1986, he is from Xuzhou, Jiangsu. He started practicing Taekwondo during the summer vacation of junior high school and has been practicing it for over 10 years. The reporter asked him, why is the president so tall? Do you have any secrets? He thought it over carefully and didn't know the reason. Ma Chong came to Hangzhou purely by fate. He attended university in Shanghai and also played for the Shanghai team. Due to the proximity of Shanghai and Hangzhou, he had more contact with athletes and coaches from Zhejiang and Hangzhou, and felt that Hangzhou was very good. He came here to take the special police exam and later settled down here. This time it went viral, and his colleague joked, "Your wife is going to feel a sense of crisis." He said, "No! I'm so loyal." The reporter learned that Ma Chong's wife has also been very busy these days. She is engaged in intangible cultural heritage exchange activities in the Asian Games Village and is an outstanding inheritor of Hangzhou embroidery. Both husband and wife have been preparing for the Hangzhou Asian Games for a long time. She is even busier than me, often when I get home, she hasn't come back yet, "Ma Chong said. Fortunately, the subway in Hangzhou is now accessible in all directions, and since there is a direct subway connection from home to work, he rarely drives anymore.