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With the coming of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Beijing Traveling will share some thoughts about the Olympic Games with you. As we all know that , every four years athletes from all over the world take part in the Olympic Games . The Olympic motto is “Swifter , Higher , and Stronger.”
The Beijing 2008 Olympic Games will be held between the 8th and 24th August, 2008. There will be 28 major and 302 minor competitive events in which athletes from all over the world in 37 venues will participate. Among all the venues, 31 are in Beijing and six in Hong Kong, Qingdao, Qinhuangdao, Shanghai, Shenyang and Tianjin.

Beijing 2008 Olympic Games

 

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Games -The Olympic Rings
As an image of Olympism, Coubertin thought the rings had deep significance: that of the union between men. He multiplied the image to create a total of five rings. He designed and commissioned the Olympic flag to mark the 20th anniversary of the IOC's founding, on 23rd June 1914 in Paris.

   Beijing 2008 Olympic Games - Emblem
Every emblem of the Olympics tells a story. The Beijing 2008 Olympic Games emblem "Chinese Seal, Dancing Beijing" is filled with Beijing's hospitality and hopes, and carries the city's commitment to the world.

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Games -Theme Slogan
"One World One Dream" expresses the common wishes of people all over the world, inspired by the Olympic ideals, to strive for a bright future of Mankind. In spite of the differences in colors, languages and races, we share the charm and joy of the Olympic Games, and together we seek for the ideal of Mankind for peace.

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Games -The Official Mascots
Fuwa embody the natural characteristics of four of China's most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow -- and the Olympic Flame.

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Games -The Medal
The Beijing 2008 Olympic medal is designed with inspiration coming from "bi", China's ancient jade piece inscribed with dragon pattern.

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Games -The Torch
    The Beijing Olympic Torch boasts strong Chinese characteristics, and showcases Chinese design and technical capabilities. It embodies the concepts of a Green Olympics, a High-tech Olympics and the People's Olympics. The torch is 72 centimetres high, weighs 980 grams and is made of aluminium. The torch is of a curved surface form, with etching and anodizing being used during its production. A torch can usually keep burning for approximately 20 minutes in conditions where the flame is 25 to 30 centimetres high...

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