Hangzhou, a city in China, is making a bid to host the Olympics in the future. The city has impressed athletes, media members, and Thomas Bach, the President of the International Olympic Committee, with its sports venues and facilities. Bach praised Hangzhou for its use of digital expertise, particularly with the Alibaba headquarters located there. The Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Stadium, which can seat more than 80,000 spectators, will be the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies and athletics events. The athletes’ and media villages in Hangzhou are reported to be the biggest in the history of international sporting events. Bach also mentioned that the games will be organized in a sustainable way, focusing on reducing carbon emissions and implementing a waste management system. Hangzhou previously gained attention when it hosted a summit of the Group of 20 nations in 2016. The next Asian Games will take place in Aichi Prefecture and Nagoya, Japan in 2026. Chinese officials view Hangzhou’s bid as an opportunity to demonstrate their capabilities as a sports superpower and elite organizer of international events.
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