Editor's Note: Nestled in the heart of China's eastern coastline, the vibrant province of Zhejiang stands poised to unveil its grandeur on the global stage with the highly anticipated Hangzhou Asian Games. Join us to delve into the multifaceted realm of the province.
Huzhou, a historical city located on the southern shore of Taihu Lake in Zhejiang province, is a co-host city for the 19th Asian Games, hosting the volleyball events and 3-on-3 basketball competitions. Huzhou has a proven track record of hosting prestigious sports events and is fully prepared to deliver a thrilling Asian sports extravaganza, which is eagerly anticipated by fans worldwide.READ MORE
Shaoxing will host five events – volleyball, basketball, rock climbing, baseball and softball – at the 19th Asian Games, more than any other co-host city. It is aiming to build upon the Asian Games' legacy, advance its sports culture beyond the Games, and draft post-Asian Games initiatives that would establish Shaoxing as a sports-oriented city.READ MORE
Jinhua, a historical city located in central Zhejiang province, will be a co-host city for the 19th Asian Games, hosting the sepak takraw and football competitions. In line with its goal of showcasing sports and athletes in the city's most beautiful settings, Jinhua has implemented a series of measures to ensure an amazing experience for athletes, spectators, and television viewers alike.READ MORE
Ningbo, a vibrant city on Zhejiang's east coast, hopes to shine as a co-host city of the Hangzhou Asian Games. Relying on its stunning coastal setting and deep appreciation for sports, Ningbo will host sailing, sailboard, and beach volleyball events, showcasing its commitment to providing exceptional facilities and experiences for athletes and spectators alike.READ MORE