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Winter Campus Has Unlimited Vitality, Ice and Snow Sports are Highly Enjoyed

Updated: 2020/01/13

Written by: LIU Zhongkui
Translated by: YANG Yue
Edited by: William Mosteller
Date: 12-31

Harbin Institute of Technology News (Liu Zhongkui/Text Baoming Xu Cao Linyuan, Li Zhenyang, Wang Zijia/Photo) On the morning of December 21, the skating rink in the first campus was crowded with people, and the 3rd Ice and Snow Fun Games started with the sound of a gong. The speed skating relay race, sledding relay race, “snow magic carpet”, snowball fight, and other competitions attracted many teachers and students to sign up. The ice and Snow Fun Games have become an indispensable "sports feast" on Harbin Institute of Technology's winter campus.

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The spot of the sports meeting


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