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szdaily -> Junior Journalist Program
Interviewing Asian Para Games
     2010-December-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    黄文珂 南山实验学校四年级(2)班 

    On December 18, a freezing Saturday, I was very excited because our junior English reporters were going to visit the Asian Para Games in Guangzhou.

    When we arrived, we went to watch a boccia match. I thought it was a little boring because it was very easy for healthy people. But for Para people it was very difficult because they must compete in wheelchairs.

    Some athletes had cerebral palsy but they were very brave. I admired them very much. After that, we went to interview some volunteers from Hong Kong. I asked one of them: “What most impressed you in the Asian Para Games?” The volunteer said the spirits of athletes touched her the most.

    After lunch, we went to visit the Canton Tower. It’s very big and beautiful! We took the lift to the 30th floor. Outside the windows, there were many cars and lawns. So beautiful Guangzhou is!

    It was dark when we came back to Shenzhen. We were tired. I thought it was not easy to be a reporter. But it was worth it because I learned a lot through the interviews.

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