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Editor's Note
Beijing is fueling its preparation for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. Work on all related fields is moving forward smoothly as planned. Experts have predicted that the event will have a huge impact on Chinese tourism, finance, culture, exhibition, sports and real estate industries. In a series of exclusive interviews with since April 2007, ambassadors, envoys and counselors from all over the world, have shared their perspectives on the upcoming Beijing Olympic Games. Your comments are also welcome.
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Tajikistani Ambassador to China: Mr. Rashid Alimov
I want to emphasize that I hope Chinese cheer team will also support our team. As for myself, I love basketball, football and tennis the most.

Jamaican Ambassador to China: Mr. Wayne McCook
I hope to see our men and women from Jamaica acting as leading performers in the sprint competitions.

Omani Ambassador to China: Abdullah Saleh Al Saadi
I would like to take this opportunity to express best wishes for China to hold a successful Olympics.

Yemeni Ambassador to China: Mr. Marwan Abdulla A. Noman
Arabic countries are invited to expose their culture during the Olympics. There will be exhibitions of traditional foods, costumes, dancing.

Seychelles Ambassador to China: Mr. Philippe Le Gall
For a small country like the Seychelles, having its flag among the flags of all the other nations participating in the Games is just a way of feeling proud of being oneself.

Uganda Ambassador to China: Mr. Madibo Charles Wagidoso
I just hope that my team from Uganda can take home gold medals. I'm worried that China will take most of them!

Second Secretary, Mexico Embassy to China: Mr. Edgardo Bermejo
I am very happy to reveal that a Mexican architectural team has participated in the design of the Beijing Olympic stadiums.

French Minister Counselor to China: Mr. Nicolas CHAPUIS
It's not enough to pay attention to environmental protection just for the Olympics.

Kenyan Ambassador to China: Mrs. Ruth-Grace Sereti Solitei
I don't think the Olympics will be very exciting without Kenya's athletes competing in several events.

EU Ambassador to China: Mr. Serge Abou
All the people in the world will have an opportunity to view China directly if they have the chance to buy tickets or watch the Games on TV.

Russian Minister Counselor to China: Mr. Igor Morgulov
That St. Petersburg will be one stop of the Olympic torch relay is good news. We will certainly hold a grand ceremony for the Olympic flame.

Serbian Minister Counselor to China: Mr. Zoran Djordjevic
I noticed that Beijing is undergoing many changes, in roads, infrastructure and air pollution control.

Spanish Ambassador to China: Mr. Carlos Blasco Villa
I hope the Chinese government will attach more stress to foreign publicity and adopt a more relaxed policy on foreign and domestic media.

Former Japanese Minister to China: Mr. Keiji Ide
Being a host to the Games seems to reflect a nation's economic development and overall national power.

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