Fake Asian Games? China’s 200 Billion Yuan Asian Games Turns Into an International Joke

Fake Asian Games? China’s 200 Billion Yuan Asian Games Turns Into an International Joke

Fake Asian Games? China’s 200 Billion Yuan Asian Games Turns Into an International Joke

Recently, the Asian Games were inaugurated in Hangzhou, China. However, netizens ridiculed its extravagant digital fireworks display. Reports suggest that the Chinese authorities spent over 200 billion yuan to host these Asian Games. Hangzhou constructed six competition venues, 31 training venues, one Asian Games village, and four sub-villages. According to Ding Jiongcheng, Minister of Logistics and Support for the Hangzhou Asian Games Organizing Committee, the athletes' dining area covers about 8,400 square meters, offering 4,200 seats and operates non-stop for 20 hours from 5 a.m. The cafeteria serves dishes such as Hangzhou's famous Dongpo pork and Song Sao fish soup, as well as spare ribs, beef stir-fried with green onions, and more. These meals seem much more refined and safe compared to what schools and kindergartens offer.