As an emerging economic power it finally caught the attention of the Olympic sports betting selection committee and the right to host the Olympic sport book action eight years ago.
This year’s Olympic sports betting action will be unlike any other Olympic sport book ever held. Every year the Olympic sports betting host country boasts of the unique experience it’s going to provide and almost never do they follow through with their hollow Olympic sport book promises. But this year, with Beijing hosting the Olympic sports betting, the host country will more than live up to its claims of unique Olympic sports betting experience.
Although China is the largest country in the world by population (approximately every fifth person on the planet is a poor Chinese farmer) it has never hosted the Olympic sports betting. Since that time the country has been mobilizing all its resources in an attempt to put on the greatest Olympic sports betting show known to man.
For China, these games are about much more than just competition and Olympic sports betting. In the eyes of Beijing this is China’s chance after centuries of humiliation to show not just the Olympic sport book crowd, but the entire Western World, what a great power China is. The host country will go about doing this by hosting some of the greatest Olympic sports betting action that we’ve seen and by winning as many of the Olympic sports betting events as well.
China is well poised not only to showcase its ancient culture but also dominate the Olympic sports betting action. True, in the high profile Olympic sports betting events, China has not historically done well. But in many other lesser known Olympic sports betting competitions, the Chinese are prepared to sweep the medal haul and restore the country’s pride.
When placed in this context it’s easy to see how the Chinese government views this Olympics sports betting competition as much more than just games. For the Chinese government this Olympic sports betting is a chance to showcase itself on a world stage –not only for benefit of other countries, but also to prove to its subjects what a mighty power it really is.