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‘History will engrave this stroke’: Global Times editorial
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On Friday night, as a "big snowflake" symbolizing human unity lifted an environmentally friendly Olympic torch, Beijing, the world's first "double Olympic city," once again welcomed old and new friends from all over the world with open arms within a span of 14 years. 

The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, the first major global sports event held as scheduled since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, is of symbolic significance to both China and the world. 

As Chinese President Xi Jinping pointed out, "history will engrave this stroke."

The water of the Yellow River rushed down, the five Olympic rings broke through the ice, and the snowflakes merged into one... In a romantic story of ice and snow, the opening ceremony once again amazed the world. It refreshes glorious memories of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and inspires the emotional resonance of mankind to "come together for a shared future." 

At the opening ceremony, people saw the poetic scene of "snowflakes as big as a table," and also felt the sentiment of "building a community with a shared future for mankind." Amid changes and a pandemic unseen in a century, the Beijing Games demonstrates the unity and resilience of mankind, and also brings joy and hope to the world.

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