Bjoern CONRAD

It is said that a journey of 1,000 lǐ begins with a single step. The same is true of a race of 100 meters and a nation’s journey to the Olympic spotlight.

In 1932, a young man named Liu took that step when he moved into his starting position for the Olympic 100-meter race. At that moment, Liu Changchun was the first Chinese ever to participate in the Olympic Games, and he was the only representative

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:49-05:00July 1st, 2007|Guanxi Newsletter, Olympic Update|Comments Off on China’s Rise to Sporting Power

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