HEADLINE Photos: closing ceremony of Pyeongchang 2018, Beijing receives the baton

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Photos: closing ceremony of Pyeongchang 2018, Beijing receives the baton

By Lu Wen'ao | People's Daily app

20:07, February 25, 2018

Pyeongchang (People's Daily) - The closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics Games brings to an end the 16-day competition in 15 sports on Sunday.

Beijing receives the baton from Pyeongchang and will host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games after giving the 8-minute performance by the end of the closing ceremony.

The Beijing 8-minute, an audiovisual feast.

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The performance of Beijing 8-minute at the closing ceremony of Pyeongchang 2018 on February 25. (Photos: Zhang Jun)

8 minutes of Beijing at the closing ceremony of Pyeongchang 2018. (Photos: Lu Wen'ao/ People's Daily app)

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Chen Jining waves the flag at the closing ceremony on February 25. (Photo: Lu Wen'ao/ People's Daily app)

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The panorama of the closing ceremony. (Photos: Zhang Jun)

Flagbearers from all of the countries come first and stand in a circle in the center of the stadium and waving the flags as the athletes parade in around them. (Photo: VCG)

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Entertainers perform during the closing ceremony of the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at the Pyeongchang Stadium on February 25, 2018. (Photo: AFP)

The athletes march into Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium for the closing ceremony of the Winter Games. (Photo: VCG)

Chinese athletes enter the stadium. (Photo: Bai Xuefei/ Xinhua)

The Olympic flame. (Photo: VCG)

(Photo: VCG)

Flag bearer Wu Dajing, won a gold medal in the Men's 500 m short track speed skating event and became the first male short track speed skater from China to win a gold medal in Olympic short track speed skating. (Photo: Li Gang/ Xinhua)

(Compiled by Chi Jingyi)

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