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勞民傷財。一個唔係一級國際性嘅運動會,但投放落去嘅人力同財力卻竟然可以超越下屆嘅英國倫敦奧運。

荒謬。

-力

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本帖最後由 peter236 於 2010-11-12 12:46 編輯
勞民傷財。一個唔係一級國際性嘅運動會,但投放落去嘅人力同財力卻竟然可以超越下屆嘅英國倫敦奧運。

荒謬 ...
Lik 發表於 2010-11-12 10:49


You are the one who is 荒謬
The Asian Games is 一級國際性運動會, as it is the second largest international sports event, after the Olympics.

The investment into the Guangzhou Asian Games includes many other basic infrastructure like new highways, subways, airport expansion, water supply, solar power etc. These are investments that they need to make anyway

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一級國際性嘅運動會?唔該你睇吓啲(中國以外嘅)國家派咗啲乜野運動員去參加比賽先至好講啦?

多鳩餘...

-力

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本帖最後由 peter236 於 2010-11-12 15:45 編輯
一級國際性嘅運動會?唔該你睇吓啲(中國以外嘅)國家派咗啲乜野運動員去參加比賽先至好講啦?

多鳩餘...
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Lik 發表於 2010-11-12 13:32


Besides the Olympics, the Asian Games is the largest international sporting event.

For some reason, to the self-hating bashers,whenever China does something, it is always wrong. The Asian countries are taking their turns to host the Asian Games. This time is China's turn. Next time will be South Korea. I don't wee any reason for bashing China on this event.

Maybe you should bash Vancouver for wasting money on the Winter Olympics.
The Olympics village is still on sale with no buyers at all.

You should bash London Olympics as well, since the UK is going bankrupt.

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For the record, while I fully support Canadian athletes in the Winter Games, I am against the city hosting the Winter Olympics right from the start. It is a waste of money as the the final bill has shown, and each of us is now burdened with a sizable debt to pay off.

So you say the Asian Games are the largest international sporting event? In terms of what? The number of participating country? The number of international followers of the games? I can definitely tell you that in terms of coverage and followers, the World Cup is easily many times larger and feverish than the Asian games.

More importantly, it is the level of competition that determines the calibre and prestige of sporting events. If the athletes at the games are not top tier competitors, then no amount of work can change the status of the games.

中國領導人根本就係患咗盛事病:好大喜功之餘仲死要面。呢頭世博先至啱啱敗完家,果頭又仆到去攪另外一大壇盛事。唔好唔記得早兩年先啱啱 fing 完一大舊錢來搞京奧,而舊年又 fing 咗一大舊錢來搞 60周年「黨慶」。

-Lik

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本帖最後由 peter236 於 2010-11-12 16:35 編輯
For the record, while I fully support Canadian athletes in the Winter Games, I am against the city h ...
Lik 發表於 2010-11-12 16:04


You stupid rubbish moron~~
It is not only China that hosts the Asian Games. All the other Asian countries take turns to host the Asian Games. Some country has to host the games each time.

Besides the Olympics, the Asian Games is the second largest international sporting event, in terms of the number of athletes and receives wide coverage in Asia.

The Asian games is not something new. Japan, South Korea, India, Thailand, etc take turns hosting the Asian games. Are they 好大喜功 as well? Unless the Asian is canceled, I don't see how China hosting it is any different from Japan or India hosting it. There is no reason to bash China on this at all.

Most of the investment into the Guangzhou Asian Games includes many other basic infrastructure like new highways, subways, airport expansion, water supply, solar power etc. These are investments that they need to make anyway

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