Media delegation from Myanmar visits MMC
On September 17, a delegation of media reporters from Myanmar visited the Hangzhou Asian Games Main Media Centre (MMC), which serves as the headquarters for the Olympic Council of Asia, Media Committee, Anchoring Institutions, Rights-holding Broadcasters and Asian Games News Service teams.
The delegation paid a visit to the living service area, the Main Press Centre, the International Broadcast Centre, and others, experiencing the various facilities and services provided by Hangzhou Asian Games, including office, language, transportation and catering.
Learning about the MMC
In the living service area, the visiting delegation was deeply impressed by the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Cultural Experience Hall. Some tried the massage and highly appreciated, both relaxing and disseminating.
Trying the massage of TCM
Editor Saw Myint Than, after experiencing the traditional Chinese massage, said that he felt extremely comfortable and releasing his headache. "I have worked in the media industry for 20 years and have reported many international competitions," he said. "The MMC of Hangzhou Asian Games has left a deep impression on me. It is clean and tidy with complete supporting facilities, (and) very friendly to foreign media reporters, and entry and exit are very convenient."
Chief Editor Ye Naing Soe, who is very interested in Chinese, said, "Today when I came here, I saw that many of the service participants are young people, very energetic. I believe that Hangzhou Asian Games will also be very successful, just like the slogan of Hangzhou Asian Games (Heart to Heart, @Future) says, all Asian countries and regions will look towards the future together."
The various services of the MMC have officially started operations for important duties such as communications, press operations and broadcast services. During the Games, there will be more than 11,000 reporters from home and abroad.