“The China thing.” “Do you have bing Dwen Dwen?”The cute mascots have become the best image ambassadors for the Beijing Winter Olympics

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This article was transferred from;”Do you have ‘Bing Dwen Dwen’?”This popular Chinese New Year greeting reflects the popularity of Bing Dwen Dwen, the mascot of the Beijing Winter Olympics.As the wonderful events of the Beijing Winter Olympic Games began, both athletes from various countries and foreign media reporters like to take photos with Bing Dwen Dwen. Bing Dwen Dwen, the focus of media, has become the best image ambassador of the Beijing Winter Olympic Games.Isabelle Weidman of Canada, third runner-up in the women’s 3000m speed skating final, holds a gold version of “Ice Dwen Dwen”.Bing Dwen Dwen, the official mascot of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, has become a favorite among Fans of the Games, CNN reported On Tuesday.Bing Dwen Dwen, the panda mascot, has been spotted at venues throughout the Beijing Winter Olympics, prompting loud cheers.From dancing in the stands to appearing on signs or waving flags in the hands of Olympians.When Olympians win MEDALS, they are also given a gold version of bing Dwen Dwen.But good luck to anyone who wants to buy a bing Dwen dwen souvenir.The Beijing Winter Olympics souvenir shop has sold out, and the BoCOG has coordinated with suppliers to produce more “Bing Dwen Dwen” souvenirs to meet the demand of fans.”Bing Dwen Dwen”, the mascot of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, combines the panda image with an ice crystal shell with a colorful halo on its head, resembling an astronaut.According to the official Olympic website, “Ice” symbolizes purity and strength, and “Dwen Dwen” means robust and lively, as well as children.”Lively, playful, fun, witty and full of positive energy,” said Christophe Duby, director of the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Department, describing his fondness for Bing Dwen Dwen in a series of adjectives.”Bing Dwen Dwen has to be my collection and will be the collection of every child in the world,” he said.Outside the Olympic venues, the mascot “Bing Dwen Dwen” is also popular, and even “a trick is hard to find” phenomenon.Shoppers braved freezing temperatures to line up hours after the Official opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics on Friday night to get their hands on bing Dwen Dwen, the Olympic panda mascot, Reuters reported.By 2 p.m. Saturday at a flagship store in downtown Beijing’s Wangfujing shopping district, memorabilia related to the chubby, see-through, hard-corset panda — including figurines, plush toys and hanging decorations — were sold out.”How lovely!I must have one!””Said mei, 7.Her mother, Ye Yingying, said she could not find any goods in stock online and promised Mei would buy them again.Customers line up to buy official licensed products of Beijing 2022 at gongmei Building in Wangfujing, Beijing, Feb. 7, 2019.Frustrated customers were told they could come back after Wednesday, as factories will resume production after the Lunar New Year holiday and stocks will soon be replenished, according to an article by China Daily reporter Zou Hong.Ren Yi, 24, wanted to buy a set of seven bing Dwen dwen dolls for his girlfriend, but came back empty-handed.”This one will be special because it will serve as a reminder of the Beijing Olympics.”