Beijing Olympics Disaster Guide

Slate compiles a handy guide to potential crises that may or may not erupt in China in the coming weeks, while that nation hosts what will probably be the most interesting Olympics in recent memory even without the threats of festering political unrest ignited by dissident groups, terrorist attacks, suffocating smog, rolling blackouts… or a plague of locusts.

Slate: A Disaster Guide for the Beijing Olympics

8 thoughts on “Beijing Olympics Disaster Guide

  1. Anonymous

    fish, panda, olympic flame, antelope, and swallow. together their names form “beijing huanying ni,” which means “welcome to beijing.”

  2. Anonymous

    fish, panda, olympic flame, antelope, and swallow. together their names form “beijing huanying ni,” which means “welcome to beijing.”

  3. Justin L.

    What a mess.I’d seen the algae and the haze, but I had no idea China is trying to stop the rain from falling, or that athletes had to ship in their own food to avoid steroid-filled Chinese meats. Wow.

  4. Justin L.

    What a mess.

    I’d seen the algae and the haze, but I had no idea China is trying to stop the rain from falling, or that athletes had to ship in their own food to avoid steroid-filled Chinese meats. Wow.

Comments are closed.