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National Peasants' Games (China)

中华人民共和国农民运动会

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[National Peasants' Games]
image by Zoltan Horvath, 02 February 2014


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Overview

The National Peasants' Games (Chinese: 中华人民共和国农民运动会) are a quadrennial multi-sport event in China in which competitors from among the country's 750 million rural residents take part in sports, both conventional - including basketball, athletics, table tennis, shooting, Xiangqi (Chinese chess) and tai chi, and traditional rural and Chinese activities, such as wushu, dragon boat racing, lion dancing, tyre pushing, food-carrying, rice planting, kite flying, jianzi (kick shuttlecock) and tug of war. All of China's 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, as well as Taiwan are represented. Hong Kong and Macau usually send observer delegations.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Peasants%27_Games
Esteban Rivera, 31 January 2011


The Flag

The 6th National Peasant's Games flag is seen here (behind Chinese flag). Picture taken on Oct. 26, 2008 (Xinhua Photo).
Source: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2008-10/26/content_10255403.htm
The The Sixth Chinese National Peasants' Games official website is located here: http://www.6thnyh.com/open/2/index.htm
Esteban Rivera, 31 January 2011

Chinese National Peasants' Games has a basic flag, which is white with three ribbons, blue, yellow and green respectively, placed under each other.
Images of flag: http://www.jx.xinhuanet.com/nyh/2004-10/24/content_3088899.htm
http://gz.people.com.cn/n/2012/0703/c194827-17202857.html
Each editions of the Games has its own flag, they are based on basic flag, but place (province and city name) of Games and year added with black symbols. I have found flags of last three editions .
During National Peasants' Games, all delegations of Chinese subdivisions are represented by own flag, similarly to other all-China sporting events.
Images of flags: http://news.xinhuanet.com/sports/2008-10/27/content_10261005_1.htm
Zoltan Horvath, 02 February 2014


Yichun, Jiangxi - 2004

[National Peasants' Games]
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Quanzhou, Fujian - 2008

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Nanyang, Henan - 2012

[National Peasants' Games]
image by Zoltan Horvath, 02 February 2014