The China Open snooker tournament is being held in the Beijing University Students Gymnasium. Apart from the players and spectators, you'll also be able to see mascots for this tournament. They are aptly named Sisi, Nuonuo and Keke, each borrowing letters from the Chinese word for "SNOOKER."
This is the fifth year Beijing has hosted the China Open, but it's the first appearance for the mascots. Each represents the three colored balls in Snooker: the white one is Sisi, the red is Nuonuo and the black is Keke.
In addition to the mascots, you can choose from a wide range of official merchandise at the gymnasium, such as caps and snooker-themed T-shirts. There are also key rings, mugs, and mini snooker tables for kids. Maybe China's next Ding Junhui is among these young fans. These products are also available for online sales for fans who can't get to the venue.