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Whatever tickets they will give me.
[2008-08-08]
"Whatever tickets they will give me. I will be in China for a couple of days. I have to go back to make some money."
Officials Flesh Out Olympics Terror Threat
[2008-08-08]
The Beijing games are a declared target of the East Turkistan terror group, authorities said amid stepped up security.
Fun & Games?
[2008-08-08]
Club closures and sky-high markups have one party-crazed professional looking for alternatives to the Sanlitun stretch during the Olympics.
Economy: Games of Prediction
[2008-08-08]
Forecasters of a post-Olympics economic slowdown for China overlook what economists say happened in other host countries.
Law: Policy Evolution
[2008-08-08]
Hosting an Olympics is challenging for any local government, but in Beijing it's led to new approaches in policy management.
Security: Officials Flesh Out Olympics Terror Threat
[2008-08-08]
The Beijing games are a declared target of the East Turkistan terror group, authorities said amid stepped up security.
Let the Games Begin!
[2008-08-08]
Aug 8: World Leaders Arrive, Opening Ceremony, Traffic “Blackout,” U.S. Embassy Opens its New Location
Science: Big Win for High-Tech
[2008-08-07]
Behind the competitive arena, scientific and technological projects are playing a major role at the Beijing games.
The torch relay continues in suburb Beijing.
[2008-08-07]
Aug 7: The torch relay heads through the suburbs, football stirs the crowd, SBS mischief gets penalized and Qianmen Opens.
Volunteers: They're Everywhere
[2008-08-07]
From street corners to stadiums, literally millions of people are supporting the games as Beijing volunteers.
30,000 reports and more than 100 satellite transmission vehicles
[2008-08-07]
“More than 30,000 reports and more than 100 satellite transmission vehicles are going through China's back alleys. Beijing has never been so transparent to the world.”
Air Quality: Overhauling a City
[2008-08-07]
A multibillion-dollar effort to cut air pollution for the Olympics is also designed to benefit Beijing for years to come.
Beijing's Olympics WIll be Biodegradable
[2008-08-07]
As part of its “Green Games” campaign, Beijing has secured biodegradable packaging the Olympics.
torch
[2008-08-07]
Aug. 6, Beijing: Liu Hui, the 386th runner in the Olympic torch relay, smiles as she works her way through the throng.
boat
[2008-08-07]
Aug. 6, Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center: Athletes from the world over begin their final preparations as the games approach.
Kobe
[2008-08-07]
Aug. 6, Beijing: Kobe Bryant greets the crowd as the U.S. Men's Olympic Basketball team arrives in Beijing.
Olympics Broadcasting: Calling the Shots
[2008-08-07]
Broadcasters such as NBC had a powerful influence in shaping the Olympics, which 4 billion TV viewers will watch.
Doping: Let the Testing Begin
[2008-08-07]
Chinese and international experts are doing all they can to prevent athlete doping from tainting the Beijing games.
Broadcasting: Calling the Shots
[2008-08-07]
Broadcasters such as NBC had a powerful influence in shaping the Olympics, which 4 billion TV viewers will watch.
Turnout: No Olympics Windfall
[2008-08-07]
The much anticipated Olympic crowds have not materialized, leaving Beijing with empty rooms and empty seats.
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