A duck hair clip, a carrot ring, a head ban, pearl nail polish and even food eaten by China’s Olympic gold medallist Yang Qian have become hot retail products. Photo: Artwork A duck hair clip, a carrot ring, a head ban, pearl nail polish and even food eaten by China’s Olympic gold medallist Yang Qian have become hot retail products. Photo: Artwork
A duck hair clip, a carrot ring, a head ban, pearl nail polish and even food eaten by China’s Olympic gold medallist Yang Qian have become hot retail products. Photo: Artwork

Tokyo Olympics: Chinese gold medallist Yang Qian’s ‘lucky’ duck hair clip sparks merchandise boom as retailers cash in

  • Yang won two gold medals in shooting events, including China’s first gold medal at the games
  • She has become a major celebrity in China and now her hair clip is being actively sought out by fans

Knowledge |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
A duck hair clip, a carrot ring, a head ban, pearl nail polish and even food eaten by China’s Olympic gold medallist Yang Qian have become hot retail products. Photo: Artwork A duck hair clip, a carrot ring, a head ban, pearl nail polish and even food eaten by China’s Olympic gold medallist Yang Qian have become hot retail products. Photo: Artwork
A duck hair clip, a carrot ring, a head ban, pearl nail polish and even food eaten by China’s Olympic gold medallist Yang Qian have become hot retail products. Photo: Artwork
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