Beijing: A truly Olympic effort


The Tibet and human rights issues nearly ruined the party in China, which had already started preparing for the Olympics seven years ago in 2001, focusing its efforts on making the capital a more modern and liveable place and working to change social habits and behaviour that might be off-putting for visitors from all over the world. 

The Tibet and human rights issues nearly ruined the party in China, which had already started preparing for the Olympics seven years ago in 2001, focusing its efforts on making the capital a more modern and liveable place and working to change social habits and behaviour that might be off-putting for visitors from all over the world. 

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