And the dreams ignited by the olympic flame in beijing have gone far beyond the games and the competing olympians to be shared by everyone that wants to celebrate friendship unity and a better future taipei taxi driver zhang pingsheng was one of them at the age of 59 he traveled more than 3000 kilometers to beijing for the games by bike. Beijing olympics after the torch burns out part i what do the beijing olympics really mean for the residents of beijing in particular and china in general by lila buckley march 25 2008 takeaways most people in beijing we struggle just to make ends meet we dont have the luxury to care about the olympics tweet while there will be significant earnings in some sections of the . From march 25 30 the torch relay will travel across greece ending at the panathinaiko stadium the site of the first modern olympic games in 1896 after the handover ceremony in the stadium the olympic flame will arrive in beijing on march 31 2008 in beijing a ceremony will be held for the arrival of the flame into china and beijing 2008 olympic torch relay will commence. Beijing olympics after the torch burns out part ii what will be the long term effects of the beijing olympics for the citys residents by lila buckley march 26 2008 read part i here takeaways when all the athletes and journalists go home china will be left with no distractions from its persistent social environmental and economic woes tweet narrow minded preparations for the . This paper focuses on the description of china in leading german daily and weekly newspapers during the 2008 summer olympics in beijing on the basis of a brief outline of the main china narratives
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