How do Japanese people react to the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games? Disappointment! But understanding!

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 How do Japanese people react to the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games? Disappointment! But understanding!


On the evening of the 24th local time, the International Olympic Committee officially announced that the Tokyo Olympic Games, originally scheduled to be held this summer, would be postponed to the latest next summer. For the first time in 124 years, the modern Olympic Games were not held as scheduled due to non war reasons.

At the same time, a large number of young people gathered at Shibuya intersection, known as the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. One of the IT engineers told the Tokyo Olympics that the health of athletes should be a priority.

Its disappointing, but when you think about the health of the athletes and the audience, you understand it. He said, novel coronavirus pneumonia has been spreading so fast in the world, and it has become a very serious problem.

Four months before the scheduled opening time, Tokyo was already covered with posters and flyers related to the Olympics, and tickets for the Games had already been overbooked by local residents. But public opinion polls over the past week have shown that there is growing distrust that the Olympics will not be held as scheduled, as the epidemic has become the number one public enemy in the world. A college student who was supposed to be a volunteer during the Olympic Games said he was more disappointed with the postponement of the Games: I am very looking forward to seeing the games and participating as a volunteer, so the postponement is very disappointing. Some people also said that the news of the Olympic postponement came too suddenly. As a citizen of Tokyo, its disappointing because Im really looking forward to it. But the well-being of athletes is the most important, he said. I also hope that the Olympic Games can be held in a good environment for athletes, so I understand. Source: Netease sports Author: Bo Bo Er Ba editor in charge: Wang MuQing, Gu nb12712

Four months before the scheduled opening time, Tokyo was already covered with posters and flyers related to the Olympics, and tickets for the Games had already been overbooked by local residents. But public opinion polls over the past week have shown that there is growing distrust that the Olympics will not be held as scheduled, as the epidemic has become the number one public enemy in the world.

A college student who was supposed to be a volunteer during the Olympic Games said he was more disappointed with the postponement of the Games: I am very looking forward to seeing the games and participating as a volunteer, so the postponement is very disappointing.

Some people also said that the news of the Olympic postponement came too suddenly. As a citizen of Tokyo, its disappointing because Im really looking forward to it. But the well-being of athletes is the most important, he said. I also hope that the Olympic Games can be held in a good environment for athletes, so I understand.