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10/07/10 World Cup legacy in S.Africa

07-11-2010 17:04 BJT Special Report:World Cup 2010 |

Guest: Time Out Chief Editor Adrian Sandiford

1. The World Cup is of course about football.  But it also about so much more.  South Africa has had the opportunity to open itself to the world and bring it's culture and spirit to the globe.  We re now nearing the conclusion of the World Cup...what are your thoughts on what we have seen so far?

2. Your magazine, Time Out focusses mainly on entertainment...how has the World Cup impacted the entertainment scene here in Beijing and around the globe?

3. South Africa spent billions on infrastructure and marketing ahead of the World Cup, in your opinion...has the country gotten it's moneys worth?  And how do you quantify this?

4. One of the most talked about topics at this world cup, both positively and negatively has been the Vuvuzela.  As the World Cup has gone on...has your view changed about them?

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.cn

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