Live: Explore the fun of tech-inspired winter sports at services trade fair 探索服贸会冬奥主题展

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The World Winter Sports Expo is on for the first time at China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) until September 9. Interactive events such as VR rally on the ice and indoor skiing simulator are showing how technology helps to engage more and more people in the sports on ice and snow. Join CGTN’s Guo Meiping at the Winter Sports Exhibition of CITFIS to explore the fun of #tech-inspired #wintersports activities and find out how #China prepares for the upcoming Winter Olympics. #Service2020

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