Did you watch the Asian Game Opening Ceremony?

@youless (91541)
Guangzhou, China
November 12, 2010 9:34am CST
Tonight I watched the Asian Game Opening Ceremony from TV. It looked great, and I especially liked the way to light up the torch. Some parts of this show are creative. Did you also watch the live broadcast?
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@saqi78 (1405)
• Malaysia
12 Nov 10
Oh really, it is started, you didnot informed us and I have not seen this in news too, really very bad for me to miss this. I think it may have one more time on TV so I ll watch it but it ll also be there on youtube too, so I ll find it, it is always fun to watch the opening and ending ceremony, there are lots of creative things in these types of ceremonies, I think it is in your city, why you didnot went to watch it in the stadium? Have a nice time Be happy and be the reason of happiness in others life
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@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
12 Nov 10
Perhaps it is not an important event for you, so you didn't pay attention to it. However, since the Asian Games is held in my city, so you can imagine this is the biggest news here lately
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@saqi78 (1405)
• Malaysia
12 Nov 10
No its not like that, I am living in Malaysia but I dont watch TV but only take news from internet and I have not seen any news regarding this on the website. Beside this our teams are also performing in this so it is always interesting to see such events..... Have good luck friend...
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@syoti20 (5295)
• Philippines
14 Nov 10
Hello youless. I didn't watch the Asian Game Opening Ceremony due to my work.
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@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
14 Nov 10
Perhaps you work at night.
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@skysuccess (8882)
• Singapore
13 Nov 10
youless, Like you, I managed to catch it on the hotel's cable television. I feel that though it was not anything near the 2008 Summer Olympics, I could see that the effort in the preparation for this sporting event. Let me just say that it is commendable and great to watch. I hope that the Games will be a success and that your country will win the overall medal tally. All the best.
@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 10
In fact I am not so interested in the Asian Games because there is no big surprise because you know we will win many medals. I like to see the competition and it will make an exciting game.
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@arkhan099 (110)
• Pakistan
13 Nov 10
one word...... AMAZING!,i thought it was a combination of tradition culture and the aspiration of the Chinese people,full of color and changing scenery all around ,i couldn't keep my eyes focused,i like all Olympic ceremonies,there always so full of new acrobats and effects
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@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 10
This show costs quite a lot. I wonder whether it is worth.
@veejay19 (3592)
• India
13 Nov 10
Yes i did watch it but not from the beginning.I started watching it just after the Chinese flag was raised and their national anthem was sung and then the cultural eents started. Since they are ahead in time i watched the recorded version at night on our local sports channel.It was a spectacular show, high in technology and creativity.As it was already passed my bedtime and getting very late i stopped watching when the country by country athletes parade started. I waited until my country India`s athlets came marching, and then switched off the TV as it was approaching midnight.Therefor i missed the torch lighting ceremoney.However i am sure it will come on youtube someday and then i will watch it there.
@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 10
It is nice because I could even see the fireworks from my balcony.
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
13 Nov 10
Hello youless. I did not watch it last night because I was working in the classroom and when I came back from work, I totally forgot about the opening ceremony. I think that I will watch it on the Internet someday though it is not live. I am glad that you enjoyed it. Let's look forward to the game. Enjoy yourself.
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@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 10
I think this show may repeat in TV again
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@Hatley (164652)
• Garden Grove, California
13 Nov 10
hio youless I would liketo have watched it but I do not know if it was on our American tV stations or not.I wonder if youtube would have it? It sounds like it was lovely a lotlike our olympic opening nights.I wish I could have seen it too.
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@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 10
This show has some creative ideas, so it is alright. Perhaps you can find it from Youtube later.
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@ajithlal (14568)
• India
13 Nov 10
I did watch the highlights as I was not able to watch the live broadcast. We have a channel called Doordarshan Sports or DD Sports, which shows the highlights of the Asian games. I think it is very wonderful creativity and it was a pleasure to watch.
@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 10
Thanks for your praise.
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@ajithlal (14568)
• India
24 Mar 12
DD sports is one of the free channels from Doordarshan and most people all over India can watch it if they have DD Direct plus. Some places people who do not have money to buy private cable or DTH buys DD Direct plus because it cost less and it does not have any monthly subscription and can watch around 50 to 58 channels free.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
12 Nov 10
i dont watch live broadcast but i see the opening ceremony in my national television station
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@youless (91541)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 10
Thanks for your reply.
@ajithlal (14568)
• India
24 Mar 12
I think Asian Games might have been a big event in your city. I think more and more sporting events should comes once or twice a year so that more people can find a living through sports and earn a life. I have read news lots of people used to work on other jobs and some low paid jobs and does not have time for training because they are not able to afford it and needs money to support themselves and support their family.