CHINA Emblem, mascot for 10th National Games for Persons with Disabilities unveiled

CHINA

Emblem, mascot for 10th National Games for Persons with Disabilities unveiled

By Zhang Jian | People's Daily app

16:58, August 24, 2018

The emblem and mascot named “Xin Xin” for China’s 10th National Games for Persons with Disabilities and the 7th National Special Olympics Games in 2019 were unveiled on Thursday in North China's Tianjin Municipality.

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The emblem of the games (Photos: The Preparatory Committee for the 10th National Games for Persons with Disabilities and the 7th National Special Olympics Games)

The emblem, which was chosen based on entries from the public, consists of red, yellow and blue, showing the spirit of disabled athletes. The left part of the emblem resembles an athlete fighting hard and the digital "7," the symbol of the 7th National Special Olympics Games.

The right part looks like both the digital "10" and "the wheelchair for the disabled." They form a burning flame of passion.

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The mascot of the games

“Xin Xin” holds a red ribbon and the ribbon is shaped like a Chinese knot, for united and peaceful vibes. The jumping “Xin Xin” expresses the theme of the games and this marine animal also shows the characteristics of Tianjin as a coastal city.

The 10th National Games for Persons with Disabilities and the 7th National Special Olympics Games will be held from August 25 to September 1, 2019.

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