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Public Ice Cuqiu Match (Square Space) of the First Beijing Winter Games Was Held in Longtan Park.

 

On January 5, Public Ice Cuqiu Match (square space) of the First Beijing Winter Games was held in Longtan Park. (Ice Cuqiu, created in the Qing Dynasty, is a hand-free recreational game with hemispheric ball). It aims at further enhancing the competitiveness and level of winter sports of Beijing, promoting and developing popular ice and snow sports, and encouraging the public to actively participate in winter sports.

The opening ceremony was attended by He Shuyun, Deputy Secretary of the Mass Work Department of the Organizing Committee for the First Beijing Winter Games and Deputy Director of the Mass Sports Division of Beijing Municipal Bureau of Sports, Han Shujin, Deputy Director of the First Division of Beijing Ethnic and Religious Affairs Committee , Zhang Guocheng, Deputy Secretary General of Beijing Sports Federation, Wang Wei, Secretary General of the Beijing Association for Traditional Sports of Nationalities, Chen Zhiqun, Secretary of the Association Department of Beijing Sports Federation, Chang Jianzhong, Deputy Director of Beijing National Culture Exchange Center , and Wang Long, Director of Beijing Dongcheng District Social Sports Management Center

At the opening ceremony, Beijing Winter Games was declared open by He Shuyun, Deputy Secretary of the Mass Work Department of the Organizing Committee for the First Beijing Winter Games and Deputy Director of the Mass Sports Division of Beijing Municipal Bureau of Sports. The opening ceremony was addressed by Wang Wei, Secretary General of the Beijing Association for Traditional Sports of Nationalities. Vows were made by representatives of athletes and referees. There were 14 teams from 14 Beijing districts taking part in the winter games, with a total of more than 130 athletes, coaches and referees.