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Licensed Silk Products for Olympics Unveiled
    2008-07-11 12:41:04     CRIENGLISH.com

A boy wearing a Chinese tank-top with designs of the Olympic mascots Fuwa, presents a silk fan at the release conference of silk Olympic products in Beijing on July 10, 2008. [Photo: cnsphoto]

A set of silk products featuring the Olympics was launched Thursday at a release conference in Beijing before going on the market, the China News Service reported.

These products, licensed by Beijing Organizing Committee for the XXIX Olympic Games (BOCOG), are mainly made from high-quality mulberry silk. The products come in 19 categories including ties, scarves, clothing, fans and embroideries and others.

Representing Chinese culture, these silk products are designed with Olympic characteristics, such as pictures of the Olympic venues "Bird Nest" and "Water Cubic", making a perfect match between the Chinese and Olympic cultures.

This set of Olympic silk products will hit the market soon at Beijing Olympics franchise shops, shopping malls located at central business districts, and entrance halls at the Capital Airport.


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