World Beijing Express 2021: find out which pair almost missed their participation!
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They almost never put on the famous red bag… One of the duos of the Beijing Express adventure, on the tracks of the red earth, started the adventure badly by landing at the casting three hours late, just that . Find out which pair it is.
This Tuesday, February 23, eight pairs set off on the. An exceptional season of which we will discover the first images from 9:05 pm on M6. The filming of edition began last March before stopping suddenly due to the pandemic. Stopped in the middle of the race in Uganda, the candidates had to be repatriated to France urgently. They could not resume the game until 6 months later… Also, it was impossible to continue the route of the race envisaged at the start: in the second time Ethiopia to finally join the United Arab Emirates. This is new in the history of the adventure game of M6, along the way, the journey had to be changed. The pairs thus ventured . Among , one of them almost never took part in the adventure! Indeed, a duo showed up 3 hours late for their casting ...
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"We said to ourselves, 'it's dead'"
" For the anecdote, our first casting, we arrived three hours late! ", tells us Jonathan and Aurore. Indeed, the couple from the North found themselves totally stuck in traffic jams. Jonathan admits that at the time, he didn't believe it at all: " Three hours late, we said to each other 'well that's dead!' ". We must believe that their profile pleased them since the production did not hold it against them at all! " Then we had a second casting, then a third. And there we were, we found ourselves in the adventure. We were the first surprised ", tells us the candidate.A dream for Aurore
Taking part in this adventure is a real dream for Aurore, a fan from the start. While waiting to know the destination of this trip, she imagined in detail almost the entire route: " We typed the name of the vaccines we had to do on the internet to see the destination that it could be. I say "Africa" or "South America ", Aurore tells us. " As I am an unconditional fan, I said to myself" it could be Africa "because it had been a while since Beijing Express did had not put his luggage in Africa. I had imagined a road in my little head ", she adds." I had completely planned myself. I said to myself "why not a start in Tanzania with a final on Victoria Falls ?! I even imagined the name of the program" La route des lacs "because there were plenty of lakes " ... And yet it was a whole different program that awaited lovers of the North. An adventure of which we will discover the first images from 9:05 pm on M6.
Dozens of Hong Kong dissidents charged with security crime .
Dozens of Hong Kong dissidents were charged with subversion on Sunday in the largest use yet by police of Beijing's sweeping new national security law, as authorities seek to cripple the finance hub's democracy movement. On Sunday, police confirmed 47 of them had now been charged with one count each of "conspiracy to commit subversion" -- one of the new national security crimes -- and would appear in court on Monday morning. Beijing is battling to stamp out dissent in semi-autonomous Hong Kong after swathes of the population hit the streets in 2019 in huge and sometimes violent democracy protests.