SEA Games fans have a surprising reaction to the opening ceremony of the 31st SEA Games
On the evening of May 12, the opening ceremony of the 31st Southeast Asian Games was held at My Dinh National Stadium. Each delegation will send 31 athletes to participate in the parade. The flag bearer for the Vietnamese sports team is fisherman Nguyen Huy Hoang.
On social networks, the opening ceremony is receiving many comments from the audience. Under the post of the Asean Football page, Southeast Asian fans have praised the organization of the host Vietnam.
“Because I was busy watching the opening ceremony live, I didn’t study for the exam,” Vathanak Vong account writes.
“The program is better than the opening ceremony of the SEA Games 2017 and 2019. The host Vietnam did a good job”.
“Wow great performance… Congratulations Vietnam!”.
Fans named San Min Tun wrote: “Beautiful Vietnam. Congratulations on the opening ceremony of the 31st SEA Games”.
Besides, there are also some opinions that BTC has somewhat abused augmented reality technology: “Good but too many virtual effects”.
The opening ceremony of the 31st SEA Games includes 3 chapters: friendly Vietnam, strong Southeast Asia, shining Southeast Asia. Total time lasts about 2 hours.
The 31st Southeast Asian Games will take place from May 6 to May 23, 2022 in 12 provinces and cities including: Hanoi, Hoa Binh, Bac Ninh, Ninh Binh, Nam Dinh, Ha Nam, Vinh Phuc, Phu Tho, Hai Phong, Quang Ninh, Hai Duong, Bac Giang.
The Vietnamese sports delegation attended the Games at home with 1,341 members (including 957 athletes). Our goal is to strive to win 140 gold medals, thereby leading in the medal standings. Vietnamese athletes compete in all 40 sports.
Men’s football and women’s football also aim to successfully defend the gold medal. U23 Vietnam is in Group A, coach Park Hang Seo and his team play the group stage matches at Viet Tri Stadium (Phu Tho). Meanwhile, the Vietnamese women’s team played at Cam Pha Stadium (Quang Ninh).
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