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Beijing Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games memorabilia to be released

By Zhao Tong (People's Daily Online)    16:34, November 01, 2019

Mascot toy ornaments (Photo provided by Beijing Winter Olympics Organizing Committee)

Mascot toys for the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games will be released on Nov. 2, 2019, alongside a range of other memorabilia, according to Xinhua News.

Two different mascots will be released - "Bing Dwen Dwen" for the Olympic Winter Games, and "Shuey Rhon Rhon" for the Paralympic Games. The Bing Dwen Dwen shell is made of silicone rubber, which is safe and looks beautiful.

Sweaters adorned with the cute mascots will be released. Designers have chosen auspicious colours for the sweaters - using China's lucky color red, and two icy blue tones, which show vivacity. A stationary set will also be released, including a school bag, pencil box, notebook, pens, erasers, and a stationery folder.

Licensed folk porcelain goods enter the market

Folk snow fun series ceramic tableware (Photo supplied by Beijing Winter Olympics Organizing Committee)

In the winter of old Beijing, people played on the frozen rivers, made snowmen, and went skating with family and friends. These scenes have become unforgettable childhood memories for many people. A post-90s designer painted these vivid memory scenes onto snowflake outlines on ceramic tableware.

Sets of tableware for two or six people will be released so that customers can choose according to their eating habits and daily dining needs.

Badge series commemorates the People's Republic of China's 70th anniversary (Photo provided by Beijing Winter Olympics Organizing Committee)

Beijing Olympic Games 800 days countdown series badges (Photo provided by Beijing Winter Olympics Organizing Committee) 

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