Asian Games 2010 Opening Ceremony
Asian Games 2010 Opening Ceremony : The 16th Asian Games 2010 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 of Asian Games 2010 will begin at 20:04(GMT+8), with 7,000 people contributing to the ceremony, the team parade will be held at 21:00(GMT+8), while a “mysterious” lightning ceremony will be held at 21:42(GMT+8). The ceremony will be held separately at the sea and land.
The Asian games 2010 is being organized in Guangzhou, China From 12 to 27 November 2010. Guangzhou is the 2nd city in china to host the Asian games after Beijing in 1990. There are 53 competition venues and 17 training venues available for the games, with four held outside the Guangzhou province.
The 2010 Asian Games will feature 42 events throughout the 16 days of the competition, with added disciplines in some events. Football will be held before the opening ceremony, 28 and 5 gold medalists will emerge during the opening day and final day respectively, while a total of 48 gold medalists will be awarded on November 25, 2010, the most in single day. 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.
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Watch Opening Ceremony of Asian Games 2010 in Guangzhou China here. Asian Games 2010 Opening Ceremony Live Streaming online will be placed here before the event starts.