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  • 1.
    • Olympics
    • Inside Chinese Characters
    • 汉字里的奥运
    • Presented by
    • Chinese Class 8
    • 二零零八年二月
  • 2. Olympic Information
    • The 2008 Olympics begin on August 8 th
    • It begins at 8:08P.M.
    • 第二十九届奥林匹克运动会将于二
    • 零零八年八月八日八点零八分在中
    • 国北京举行开幕式 .
  • 3. 奥运口号 Slogan
  • 4. Slogan Information 主题口号
    • The slogan for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing is,
    • 同一个世界,同一个梦想
    • “ Tong yi ge shi jie tong yi ge meng xiang” means “One world, one dream.” The slogan reflects the universal values which are
    • unity, friendship, progress, harmony, participation, and dream.
    • 团结 友谊 进步 和谐 参与 梦想
    • The slogan also expresses the many wishes that all people share all over the world, one of them being to continue to strive for a bright future of Mankind. It expresses the high ideal of the Beijing people as well as the other Chinese people to help create a better world “hand in hand” with the people from the rest of the world. This slogan is simple and easy to remember, yet it is meaningful and inspiring.
  • 5. The Olympic Motto 格言
    • 更快,更高,更强
    • A motto is a sentence, phrase, or word expressing the spirit or purpose of a person, organization, or city. The Olympic Motto is in Latin. Citius, Altius, Fortius. It is translated as “Swifter, Higher, Stronger,” encouraging the Olympiads to work their hardest and to do their best.
  • 6. Emblem 会徽
  • 7. Dancing Beijing 舞动的北京
  • 8. The Olympic Emblem of Beijing
  • 9. 会徽 The Olympic Emblem of Beijing
    • Inspired by:
    • Traditional Chinese art
    • 传统文化艺术
    • calligraphic art
    • 书法艺术
    • Symbol of:
    • Trust
    • 信任
    • Expression of self confidence
    • 自信心
  • 10. Image 图像
    • Shows unique culture of China
    • Elegance of the ancient Chinese civilization
    • Brings forth the city’s gradual changes and development
    • Reflects the nation’s thoughts and emotions
    • Uniting the country’s 56 ethnic groups and its population of 1.3 billion
  • 11. Hero 英雄
    • Olympic games are the stage where “heroes” are made
    • 英雄的舞台
    • Powerful and dynamic, passionate and enthusiastic
    • 强壮 生动 激情 热情 Strives for the Chinese arts
  • 12. Spirit 精神
    • Running human : beauty and the magnificence of life 奔跑的人
    • Curves: wriggling dragon, relating the past and future of China 舞动的龙
    • Red Represents: Life, luck, a new beginning and happiness
    • 红色 : 生命 , 幸运 , 开始 , 快乐
  • 13. Mascots
    • 福娃
    • Five mascots for the games of the XXIX Olympiad are…
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  • 19. Beibei Jingjing Huanhuan Yingying Nini Bei Jing Huan Ying Ni 北 京 欢 迎 你
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    • The five mascots of the 2008 Beijing Olympics are Beibei, Jingjing, Huanhuan, Yingying, and Nini. They represent the 5 Olympic rings.
    • When their names are put together, the phrase
    • “ Bei Jing Huan Ying Ni” is formed, which means “Beijing welcomes you.”
    • Each mascot represents an animal: Beibei is the fish( 鱼 ), Jingjing is the panda( 熊猫 ), Yingying is the Tibetian Antelope ( 羚羊 ) , and Nini is the swallow( 燕子 ), Huanhuan represents the Olympic torch( 火炬 ).
    • The mascots also represent the landscapes of China: water( 水 ), forest( 木 ), fire( 火 ), Earth( 土 ), and sky( 天 ).
  • 21. 奥运会体育图标 Chinese Characters or Drawings? 是汉字还是图画 ? 篆书之美
    • The Beijing committee of the Olympics needed a way for all of the international guests to have a way to recognize the events, while still having the pictures relate to Chinese culture
    • The committee decided on using images derived from ancient “bronze” characters, and tweaking them to resemble more modern stick figures, bringing together the old and new that China has to offer
  • 22. Can you Guess the sports by looking at the pictograms and characters? 你能猜出这些图标代表什么运动 ?
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  • 30. Common Phrase
    • Beijing people say:
    • I participate.
    • 我参与 (wo canyu).
    • I contribute.
    • 我奉献 (wo fengxian).
    • I enjoy.
    • 我快乐 (wo kuaile).
  • 31. Olympic Songs
    • One World, One dream
    • 同一个世界,同一个梦想
    • Forever Friends
    • 永远的朋友
    • I am the star 我是明星
    • Hero 英雄
  • 32. 永远的朋友 Forever Friends
    • We spend too much time apart
    • This is the time when all dreams of man come alive
    • Forever friends in harmony
    • As the whole world joins and sees days of unity and peace
    • We will hear the cheers
    • Joy and laughter everywhere
    • We are together here to share
    • Forever friends
  • 33. 永远的朋友
    • 你已经竟其所能
    • 你已经成为杰出
    • 我们已经分离得太久
    • 这一次所有梦想都将成真
    • 永远的朋友
    • 和谐为本
    • 全世界共同见证
    • 团结和平的岁月
    • 多年过后我们依然将听到欢呼
    • 喜悦和欢笑随处可见
    • 让我们共同分享
    • 我们是共同的朋友
  • 34. It’s a small world 小世界
    • 世界真是小小小,小得非常妙,妙,妙。
    • 这是一个小世界,小得真美妙。
    • 清晨天亮了,太阳出来了。
    • 小鸟起床了,开始唱歌新调。
    • 朋友们,我们也一起来放声唱,
    • 歌颂美丽新世界。
    • 快把忧愁齐忘掉,我们欢笑又歌唱。
    • 我们欢笑又歌唱,美好时光。
    • 大家常欢笑,眼泪不会掉。
    • 时常怀希望,不必心惊跳。
    • 让我们常欢笑,歌唱着世界,
    • 小小人间多美妙。
    • 世界真是小小小,小得非常妙,妙,妙。
    • 这是一个小世界,小得真美妙。
  • 35. 谢谢 Thank You