Liu Guoliang: I hope to let the world know more about China through the World Table Tennis Championships

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Liu Guoliang: I hope that through the World Table Tennis Championships, the world will know more about China

China News Service, Chengdu, September 20 (Reporter He Shaoqing) “I hope that through the World Table Tennis Championships, friends from all over the world will know more about China and Chengdu. Chengdu has a lot of food delicious and it is a welcoming city ” Liu Guoliang, executive vice-chairman of the United Nations, chairman of the WTT World Table Tennis Federation Council and member of the board of directors, and chairman of the China Table Tennis Association, said in an interview with the media in Chengdu recently.

It is understood that the 56th ITTF World Team Table Tennis Championships (Final) in 2022 Chengdu (referred to as: Chengdu World Team Table Tennis Championships) will be held in Chengdu, China from September 30 to October 9. A table tennis team Chinese have been closed for training in Chengdu since mid-August, and Liu Guoliang also came to Chengdu to supervise the battle.

In order to better prepare for the Chengdu World Table Tennis Championships international sports event, the event’s organizing committee has adopted a 24-hour three-shift method to prepare for the competition to better meet the needs of the event.

As the executive director of the Chengdu World Table Tennis Championships Organizing Committee, Liu Guoliang is very satisfied with the preparations for the event. “During the epidemic, in such a short time, the Chengdu Organizing Committee, the Chinese Table Tennis Association, and the ITTF have been in close communication and have made preparations in an orderly manner, and I think that has gone relatively smoothly.”

In Liu Guoliang’s opinion, Chengdu is not only a famous city for competitions, but also a “city you don’t want to leave when you come here”, which is very loved by Chinese people. “I believe that with the arrival of the world’s best athletes, table tennis will become a new business card for the ancient city of Chengdu.”

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