Archive for the ‘London 2012 Olympics’ Category

UK ranked second in Sportcal’s new Global Sports Impact Project

Adapted from SportCal 22 November 2012 Sportcal’s newly-published Global Sports Impact Project, an index of the nations that have been most successful in attracting major sports events, has named China as the Global Sports Nation for 2012, ahead of the United Kingdom and Russia, based on Olympic Games, major multi-sport events and world championships hosted […]

Tom Daley wins Olympic diving bronze medal for Great Britain

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 By Matt Slater BBC Sport at the Aquatics Centre Tom Daley won diving bronze for Great Britain with a nerveless display in the men’s 10m platform, as USA’s David Boudia took gold. [ BCCCC Comment: Chinese diver Qiu Bo got Silver ] Roared on by a sell-out crowd of 17,500, the 18-year-old delivered six dives […]

Video Footages of Jing Cai Olympics

We, the Britain-China Cultural Communication Centre, have received many requests asking if we can host the entire episodes for Jing Cai Olympics. We thank all those who are interested in this TV programme and in support of Miss Guo Jingjing and Tom Daley. However, due to the capacity of our server and network bandwidth, we […]

Successful Cooperation with Chinese CCTV on the TV Production of Jing Cai Olympics

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After several busy months in preparation for the group visit and TV shooting, the Britian-China Cultural Communication Centre (BCCCC) and Chinese Central Television 5 (CCTV-5) have gladly presented the Jing Cai Olympics to the Chinese audience. As Jing Cai Olympics is one of the warming up columns before the London Olympic Games broadcasted by CCTV […]

Coordination on the TV Shooting of the Jing Cai Olympics

The Britain-China Cultural Communication Centre (BCCCC) today proudly announced that it will be the only corporation partner from UK with Beijing Borui Sports Development Ltd., Chinese Central Television 5 (CCTV-5) and the Crystal Castle Arts Studio for the TV production of Jing Cai Olympics. Meeting with Miss Guo Jingjing and the CCTV crew at Britain-China […]

London 2012 Olympics: the five questions we really need answered

    Ed Howker     guardian.co.uk, Monday 7 May 2012 13.06 BST   Of all the eccentric details that have surfaced about Britain’s Olympic planning, this might be my favourite: when, on Saturday, the Ministry of Defence slipped leaflets under residents’ doors in the Lexington Building, an east London housing block from which missiles will be fired […]

“Tales of Two Cities – I See Change!” Launched Successfully

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This year’s London 2012 Open Weekend, supported by BP, took place on 22–24 July. Celebrating one year to go to the Games, it featured art, dance, film, sport events and more. With more than 1,000 events taking place, there was something for everyone! As one of the most fantastic events for London 2012 Open Weekend, […]

Tales of Two Cities – I See Change!

The London Cultural Olympiad, spread over four years, is the largest cultural celebration in the history of modern Olympic and Paralympic movements. It is designed to give everyone in the UK a chance to be part of London 2012, and to inspire creativity across all forms of culture, particularly among young people and to leave […]

Minister looks to boost links and learn China’s Olympics lessons

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister of State Jeremy Browne is visiting China to deepen UK-China relations and boost business ties. Browne speech Jeremy Browne Jeremy Browne is in China to boost business ties, and press Foreign Secretary William Hague’s commitment to deepening UK-China relations. On his first trip to the country since his appointment […]

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