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Volunteers serve Asian Games

11-25-2010 08:57 BJT Special Report:Guangzhou Asian Games |

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The 16th Asian Games is attracting millions of tourists from all over the world. And helping them find their way around the city has been up to the hundreds and thousands of volunteers. Qu Shang looks at how they are making a difference in Guangzhou.

Standing at the side of the road all day, volunteering work is not only done by young Chinese, but also the elderly, and even foreigners.

Li Xiaoling, an Asian Games volunteer said, "I'm doing my volunteer work in a different way since my leg is disabled. I am paper-cutting to support the Asian Games by keep the beauty of this city. I hope more people can volunteer. "

Chen Dianli, the youngest Asian Games volunteer said, "I was born in Guangzhou when the volunteer recruitment began. Guangzhou is our second home, and I am so proud to contribute to this town. "

The 16th Asian Games is attracting millions of tourists from all over the world.

The passion for the Asian Games to tell people the history of Guangzhou.

Chen Jieyu, the eldest Asian Games volunteer said, "It's the first time that the Asian Games is held in Guangzhou, and the second time in China. I am proud as an old citizen in the host city. Although at 74, I'm happy to do something for it. I feel excited introducing Guangzhou to my new friends from all over the world."

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: CNTV.CN

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