The Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games Closing Ceremony will highlight the athletes who have championed the values of sport and the volunteers who have made the Games a success.
The Hangzhou Asian Games, which kicked off on September 23 after a year-long postponement due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, will hold its Closing Ceremony on September 8 at 9 p.m. ET at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China, to conclude two weeks of intense competition.
“We will make the closing ceremony a romantic stage for a touching farewell to everyone who participated in the Games,” the organizing committee said on its official website on Saturday.
The closing ceremony, which will last about 75 minutes, will focus on paying tribute to the athletes who have worked hard to achieve their dreams, while also thanking the volunteers who have helped make the Games happen.
“We will organize a celebration party for the athletes who gave their best inside the stadium, while also expressing our deepest gratitude to the volunteers who helped make the Games a success,” said Saoran, who will oversee both the opening and closing ceremonies.
While the opening ceremony was highlighted by the installation of an elliptical LED flow screen on the floor, incorporating cutting-edge technology, the closing ceremony 카지노 will feature a different program due to lack of time for installation. The plan is to use more than 40,000 lights to turn the stadium into a giant drawing board, creating images of starry skies, flowers, and waves.
The giant digital torchbearer, who lit the flame with Chinese swimmer Wang Shun during the Opening Ceremony, will also make an appearance at the Closing Ceremony.
“The giant digital torchbearer will bid farewell in a very moving move,” said Mr. Saoran.