Beijing 2022 ‘Green’ Winter Olympics to be first ‘zero carbon’ Olympic Games

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The countdown is on! The Hub’s Wang Guan travels to the winter games’ site at Zhangjiakou outside of Beijing, where everything is powered by green electricity, which will make the February games the first “zero carbon” Olympic Games in history.

Wang Guan then talks with CGTN sports anchor Wang Dong and social media influencer Abdelaziz Sallam on their impressions of the site, some of the high tech that will be used and how Chinese people are warming up to winter sports with the games just a few months away. In his pick of the day, Wang Guan gets the excited first impressions from foreign friends enjoying time-lapse construction videos of the winter venues.

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This story is an English language news item from CGTN. CGTN is a Chinese state-funded broadcaster.

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