Guangzhou will hold 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games during November 12 -17, 2010. Which will have 42 events, this means that the Guangzhou Asian Games is the largest in the history of established, the largest ever event in Asia.
Co-host-cities: Shanwei, Dongguan and Foshan.
The emblem symbolizes that the burning flames of the Asian Games will never die out. It is a symbol of the host city, and expresses the best wishes of the Guangzhou people and the innovations of this big sporting event.
"Thrilling Games, Harmonious Asia”, is a dream and a promise, that the Games will uphold the spirit of the Olympics and the Asian Games – which is to promote unity, friendship and further exchanges between different countries and regions.
"Le Yangyang" is name of the leader of our five Goats and the name which refers to all of the 16th Asian Games Mascots, each of them sporty and cute, and each serving as an Official Mascot.
The Mascots embody a part of Guangzhou's unique history and culture and each Goat has an individual name that is distinctly Cantonese in style: Xiang, He, Ru, Yi Le Yangyang. When you put their names together, Xiang He Ru Yi Le Yangyang - meaning Peace, Harmony and Great Happiness, with everything going as you wish!
In order to do this Guangzhou Asian Games well, Guangzhou added 12 new venues on the basis of its 58 original Venues to meet the need of the Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games. The main Venues are: Guangzhou Olympic sports center; Guangzhou Tianhe sports centre and Guangzhou Gymnasium.
Here, we collect all kinds of maps of 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, including the layout map of Guangzhou Asian Games venues; Guangzhou Asian Games traffic map; Guangzhou Subway Map 2010 and Asian Games Village map.
2010 Guangzhou Asian Games Traffic Map
New Venues Layout Map in Chinese
2010 Guangzhou Asian Games Villages Map in Chinese