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Q: When and Where Can I Buy Tickets for the Beijing Olympics in 2008?
A: The overseas public, including overseas Chinese, will be able to order tickets from their respective National Olympic Committees and their designated agents.
Q: Go Fishing in Spring
A: Spring is a good season for fishing. It's time to wipe the cobwebs off the fishing tackle for another season. Some people like fishing in small streams while others prefer in pounds. No matter where you choose, fishing offers a great time to relax and enjoy the flourishing season.
Q: Have Your Dinner by Waterside
A: Summer is around the corner. Many don't have good appetite during hot days. How about having dinner along water? It cools down both body and mind. The following is a list of restaurants surrounded by water. The good atmosphere may refresh you and gives appetite. Let's enjoy.
Q: How to Bring My Dog to Macao?
A: Please be informed that importation license must be submitted to the Macao Customs for customs declaration since prior import license is required for the importation of live animals. The Macao Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau is the entity that is responsible to issue the license and to inspect any goods that need to be in sanitary quarantine.
Q: What Is the Electrical Fitting in China?
A: If you are planning on using a foreign electrical device in China you may need a plug-in adaptor and a voltage converter. Electrical current in China is 220V and 50Hz AC. To choose the proper voltage converter first check the labeling of your electrical device(s) to find out the voltage and wattage.
Q: How Can I Sign Up as a Volunteer During Beijing 2008 Olympics?
A: The Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG) launched recruitment drives for volunteers coming from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, the overseas Chinese diaspora and from foreigners around the world on March 28, 2007.
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