Monday, October 18, 2010

Asian Games 2010 Opening Ceremony Live Video Watch Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou, China is conducting the 16th Asian Games 2010. Opening ceremony will spectacular like Beijing Olympics. China done full preparations for 16th Asian Games. Games will Be Conducted Between 12 to 27 November 2010.
Opening and Closing Ceremony Of Asian games 2010 china Live stream online on CCTV China, Doordarshan DD Broadcast In India.
# Opening Date: November 12, 2010
# Closing Date: November 27, 2010.
# Host City: Guangzhou
# Host Country: China
# Vision: Thrilling Games, Harmonious Asia
# Organizing Committee: GAGOC
Opening ceremony

The opening ceremony will be held on November 12, 2010 on Haixinsha Island in the Pearl River. It will be directed by Chen Weiya, who was also the assistant director of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Chen revealed in a special interview that the ceremony “will surprise the world”. Opening ceremony will begin at 20:04 (UTC+8), with some 7,000 people contributing to the ceremony, the team parade will be held at 21:00 (UTC+8), while a “mysterious” lightning ceremony will be held at 21:42 (UTC+8). The ceremony will be held separately: at the sea and land

The event will not take place in the main stadium, but instead at the new Citizens Plaza on Haixinsha Island, which is apparantly on the Pearl River, with views to the tv tower.
* They will erect 3 stands seating over 35,000 people, aswell as seating along the Pearl River. The actual performances will take place in the central part of the Island.
* The ceremony is being directed by Chen Weiya, who said he was inspired by the island as it has the shape of a sailing boat heading east, from a birds eye view.
* He has described the *colour of the ceremony* as being blue. He has also said it will be a big surprise and different from all ceremonies.
A total of 476 events in 42 sports will be contested by athletes, making it the largest event in history of the Games. It will also be the last one to have presented such big events, as the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) have enforced new hosting rules for future games, beginning with the 2014 Games.
Guangzhou was awarded the right on July 1, 2004, as the sole bidding city. This came after the withdrawal of several cities, from Amman, Kuala Lumpur and Seoul. The games will also be co-hosted by Dongguan, Foshan and Shanwei, the three neighbouring cities.
The five goats: A Xiang (?), A He (?), A Ru (?), A Yi (?) and Le Yangyang (???), are a play on Guangzhou’s nickname, “City of Goats”. Moreover, the Chinese character “yang” or “goat” is also an auspicious symbol because, when read together, the Chinese names of the five goats are a message of blessing, literally meaning “harmony, blessings, success and happiness” (???????).
Venues include: Guangzhou Gymnasium, Guangdong Olympic Stadium, Tianhe Stadium, Fangcun Tennis Center, University Town, Guangdong International Rowing Centre, Huang Pu Sports Centre Gymnasium, Yan Zi Gang Stadium, Guangdong Peoples’ Stadium, Guangdong Olympic Tennis Centre and Yuexiushan Stadium.
Twenty20 cricket is among the debutant sports, with dancesport, dragon boat, weiqi and roller sport added as unique to the Games. Bodybuilding was dropped due to judging controversy in the 2006 Games.
Sports Events in Asian Games 2010
* Aquatics
o Diving
o Swimming
o Synchronized swimming
o Water polo
* Archery
* Athletics
* Badminton
* Baseball
* Basketball
* Board games
o Chess
o Weiqi
o Xiangqi
* Bowling
* Boxing
* Canoeing
o Slalom
o Sprint
* Cricket
* Cue sports
* Cycling
o Mountain bike
o Road
o Track
* Dancesport
* Dragon boat
* Equestrian
o Dressage
o Eventing
o Jumping
* Fencing
* Football
* Golf
* Gymnastics
o Artistic
o Rhythmic
o Trampoline
* Handball
* Hockey
* Judo
* Kabaddi
* Karate
* Modern pentathlon
* Roller sports
o Artistic
o Speed
* Rowing
* Rugby sevens
* Sailing
* Sepaktakraw
* Shooting
* Soft tennis
* Softball
* Squash
* Table tennis
* Taekwondo
* Tennis
* Triathlon
* Volleyball
o Beach
o Indoor
* Weightlifting
* Wrestling
* Wushu
The closing ceremony Of Asian Games 2010 China will be held on November 27, 2010, with the performances will begin at 20:06 (UTC+8), performing operatic to shown the culture across the Asia. A flag handover to 2014 Games will be included in this ceremony

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