30 Oct '11, 2pm

Sporting Roar: China's dominance and Pride of Veterans

The Table Tennis Women's World Cup has just ended and the eventual winner belonged to China again. When I was watching the quarterfinals line up, though different nations were represented, most of the players were China-born. This led me think what had China done to keep churning out world class players and having them exported to different countries. Looking at the Chinese team, the players may be world number 1 and 2, but they may not necessary be the best players in China and the world, because there are still many Chinese players waiting for their chances. They are just like Brazil in football, but China produces results whereas Brazil only produces hype. Another interesting thing to note, we are hosting the International Masters Hockey Tournament throughout the week. Looking at the few thunderstorms that flooded Singapore last week, hopefully the weather will hold out...

Full article: http://sportingroar.blogspot.com/2011/10/chinas-dominance...

Table Tennis: China's dominance of sport "unhealthy", says ITTF

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channelnewsasia.com 31 Oct '11, 10am

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straitstimes.com 30 Oct '11, 8am

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spectrum.ieee.org 31 Oct '11, 9pm

Editor's Note: This is part of the IEEE Spectrum special report: Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear Power . China's surgi...