Month: September 2017

China’s Guangzhou Wanda Mall to feature indoor ski resort

Guangzhou Wanda Mall

The new Wanda Mall in Chinese port city of Guangzhou, scheduled for a June 2019 opening, will feature an indoor ski resort, according to Bingxue Toutiao, a winter sports industry news sharing platform on Wechat. As one of the four major areas of the 75,000-square meter business complex, the indoor...
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SunTrust to finance $600mn for Texas Rangers Stadium

Suntrust - Texas Rangers stadium

SunTrust Bank closed $600 million in financing for the Texas Rangers to fund the team’s share of construction costs for its new ballpark. The stadium, to be named Globe Life Field, is a public/private partnership with the City of Arlington, TX. The park will feature a retractable roof facility...
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Beijing 2022 eyes ‘green, inclusive, open and clean games’

Beijing 2022

Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics organizers have promised to deliver sustainable games. According to media reports, the organizers said their efforts will not go unnoticed when the world comes to China. From the renovation of the Shougang Steel industrial complex into Beijing 2022’s headquarters and...
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Beijing set to host Coliseum Summit ASIA-PACIFIC on October 25-26, 2017

Coliseum Summit ASIA-PACIFIC

Coliseum – a top name in international stadium conferences – is glad to announce the Beijing’s National Stadium and the China Sports Venue Association will be co-hosts for Coliseum Summit ASIA PACIFIC, which will be held in the Chinese capital on October 25-26. “Coliseum is excited to be in...
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Shenzhen to set up $30mn annual sports fund

Shenzhen Sports Fund

China’s southeastern metropolis of Shenzhen has announced it will set up a new development fund for its sports industry with an annual budget of CNY 200 million ($30mn) for the 2017-2020 period. The reserve will be used for funding sports projects such as sporting events, and refurbishing or...
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