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Local residents greet Asian Games volunteers for their great work

11-25-2010 16:52 BJT Special Report:Guangzhou Asian Games |

Guangzhou, November 25 - Although there are three days left before the closing of the Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games, 590 thousand Asian Games volunteers are still working at their positions, serving the Games wholeheartedly in different competition venues and public places.

Local residents in the city initated a campaign which aims to call for citywide care to Asian Games volunteers from November 21. Since its inauguration, around 20 thousand people took part in the campaign, sending out more than 10 thousand greeting cards on a daily basis and greeting over 30 thousand Asian Games volunteers.

On November 26, attendees of this campaign will set out to a variety of places and spots across the city and pay tribute to Games volunteers by delivering greeting cards, snacks and drinks. A sincere "Thank you!" or a simple smile could show your appreciation and gratitude for volunteers who make the Games fabulous and successful.

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: GAGOC

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