Beijing unveils ‘cool’ Water Cube swimming venue for Olympics

The National Aquatics Center, also known as the Water Cube – one of the two iconic venues for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, was unveiled here on Monday.

It was the public’s first look at the building after little more than three years of construction.

So far the venue has been dubbed the “cool” building of the Games with its translucent, blue-toned outside skin resembling a cube of bubbles?

The center, will host its first event – the “Good Luck Beijing Swimming China Open” – from January 31 to February 5.


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