Shanghai - jsnyder42
Children representing the five mascots of the Olympics: Beibei, Jingjing, Huanhuan, Yingying, and Nini.  Put 'em together: Bei-jing, Huan-ying-ni and it spells "Beijing Welcomes You."  They also represent the five rings of the Olympics, the five elements of the world:  the sea, forest, fire, earth, and sky, and the Olympic flame plus the characteristics of the four most popular Chinese animals: the fish, the panda, the Tibetan antelope, and the swallow.

Children representing the five mascots of the Olympics: Beibei, Jingjing, Huanhuan, Yingying, and Nini. Put 'em together: Bei-jing, Huan-ying-ni and it spells "Beijing Welcomes You." They also represent the five rings of the Olympics, the five elements of the world: the sea, forest, fire, earth, and sky, and the Olympic flame plus the characteristics of the four most popular Chinese animals: the fish, the panda, the Tibetan antelope, and the swallow.

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