20 volunteers to be honoured at Games Closing Ceremony
2010-November-27 Source: Newsgd.com
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As the biggest sporting gala in Asia draws to a close, the Closing Ceremony for the Guangzhou 2010 Asian Games will be staged in the middle of the Pearl River on Haixinsha Island Saturday night (Nov 27), during which 20 representatives of Asian Games volunteers will awarded with bouquets for their great contributions to the November 12 - 27 Games.

Bodyalik Liliya, an Asian Games volunteer from Russia

The 20 volunteers will include Games-time volunteers and city volunteers nicknamed Lv Yangyang, and social security volunteers known as "Red Kapok".

Wu Yi, an Asian Games ceremonial volunteer

The Lv Yangyangs and Red Kapoks who are to receive the honour have worked at different posts and all of them are brilliant and talented. Among the 20 representatives, there are Bodyalik Liliya, a student from Russia who are currently studying at Sun Yat-sen University; Wu Yi, a ceremonial volunteer who impresses the audiences with her smile, and the 60-year-old medical assistant Mao Diqiang.

Their presence at the Closing Ceremony is the recognition of their hard work during the Games. Applause and flowers are the best reward to them. Their friendship, smiles and efforts add luster to the November 12 - 27 Games. As the Asiad flame goes out, volunteers will be the most beautiful and unforgettable memory of the Guangzhou Asian Games.

Editor: Miranda
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