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Do's and Donts in Olympics Auditoriums

Ming Pao Daily, Posted: Jul 15, 2008


HONG KONG The Beijing Olympics Committee Monday published regulations to be implemented in the Olympics auditoriums, reports the Ming Pao Daily. The regulations forbid the display of any flags, as well as religious and political literature. Long-handled umbrellas are not allowed inside the auditoriums. Streaking and all forms of protest are banned. The Beijing Olympics committee said the regulations are modeled on those made for the Sydney and Athens Olympics, but they added a few others given Chinas special situation. It has been reported that some Australian athletes have received Tibet-independence T-shirts and posters to bring to the Olympics.


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