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08-22-2011 14:44 BJT Special Report:2011 Shenzhen 26th Summer Universiade |

Here in Shenzhen, thousands of spectators, fans and the local people are enjoying the two weeks of sporting action of the Universiade.

(Fans enjoying the live action through the bushes outside the Athletics field) photo by Enerelt Otgonbaatar

Attendances at the venues are always near capacity. But the people who attend the games are the lucky ones with tickets, only a small proportion. For those who don’t have tickets, you’d expect television to be only the source.

That is not the case in Shenzhen. Whether you don’t have the money to buy tickets or tickets are sold out, it does not necessarily mean you can’t get a piece of the live action.

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: CNTV.CN

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