Preface: "Beijing has presented a wonderful Olympic Games, which can be seen a successful advertisement for China and the Chinese people," lauded Tony Blair, former British Prime Minister, when he met with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on August 20, on the sidelines of his attendance at the Games. "Beijing has set a very high standard for London to reach in its hosting the 2012 Olympic Games, but we will do our utmost to fulfill people's expectations," he added.
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Giselle Davis, IOC Director of Communications

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Head of U.S. Olympic Team visits PD Online

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The Earth-- art performance at the openning ceremony

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