Ceremony marks 100 day countdown of 16th Asian Games

09:12, August 05, 2010      

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Today marks the 100 day countdown to the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, China. A ceremony was held this morning as a show of commitment to serving the Asian Games.

The ceremony pulled back the curtains on a series of activities to mark the 100 day countdown. The Games' venue engineers, security guards and volunteers were all on hand this morning. A security meeting for the Games was to be held this afternoon, where related security equipment will also be displayed. Meanwhile, a spectacular gala will be put on tonight. Three songs which are likely to be the anthems for the Games will be released at the gala, and ten troupes made up of more than 2-thousand people will also be another highlight.

Source: CNTV

(Editor:赵晨雁)

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