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Guangzhou Asian Games 2010 Medal Tally

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About Guangzhou Asian Games 2010

The Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games, or the XVI Asiad, as it is also known, will most likely follow the impressive pattern set by the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, i.e., the Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games will most likely be a spectacular event. The event, which takes place later this fall (November 12th-27th), will also be the last of its kind, since the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), under whose auspices the Asiad is held, has decided to restructure the event, such that it will no longer be on the sweeping scale that it has developed into in recent years.

Given that the current host is China and given that the XVI Asiad marks the end of an era, as it were, the Chinese hosts are most likely to make the XVI Asiad a sports celebration to remember, so if you are a diehard sports enthusiast, the place to be during the latter half of November of this year is decidedly Guangzhou!

Top Places to Visit in Guangzhou

Night Cruise along the Pearl River

Night Cruise along the Pearl River

Pear River is the fourth longest river of China. Many famous sights are clustered along the river and are the reasons for many people taking a trip to Guangzhou.

Chen Ancestral Shrine

Chen Ancestral Shrine

With an architectural design and decoration in traditional Guangdong style, the temple is especially renowned for its beautiful craftsmanship.

Yuexiu Park

Chen Ancestral Shrine

The Park has been well known for the beautiful hills and waters and plenty of historical relics that you can enjoy at ease in the park.

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall

Chen Ancestral Shrine

It is a symbolic construction in Guangzhou. And it is also an important place for large-scale meetings and performances.