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Live coverage on 2010 Asian Para Games flame ceremony

12-03-2010 11:01 BJT Special Report:Guangzhou Asian Games & Asian Para Games |

Live coverage on 2010 Asian Para Games flame ceremony>>

This morning, the flame-lighting ceremony for the 2010 Asian Para Games is held at the China Millennium Monument in Beijing.

The Asian Para Games runs from December 12th to 19th and is expected to attract more than 3-thousand athletes and 2-thousand officials from 41 Asian countries and regions.

The slogan of the Games, "We Cheer, We Share, We Win", conveys the event's spirit of sportsmanship and unity of people with disabilities throughout Asia.

 

2010 Asian Para Games flame ceremony is held at Beijing's China Millennium Monument.

 


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