Friday, October 5, 2007

Beijing Unveils Olympic 2008 Symbols

The Beijing Olympic Games organization committee released a set of symbols representing each of the sports for the 2008 Games on Monday, one day before its two-year countdown to the opening ceremonies.

The release ceremony is one of a set of celebrations held by the organization committee to mark the two-year countdown to the Games.

Olympic pictographs, which were first seen at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, are used as the official marks for the broadcasting, advertising and marketing of the Games.

Beijing Olympic 2008 Symbols
Olympic 2008 pictures
Beijing Olympic 2008 Icons

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Blogger cloud said...

Every day I reload to see what is and has been happening in Burma. I hope the protests in front of the Chinese embassy in San Francisco and elsewhere convince China's government that people all over the world will abandon its forthcoming Olympics, just as it is now abandoning the people of Burma. What's to celebrate in blood sport? has the right idea: make it so.

October 6, 2007 at 4:53 PM  

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