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NANJING http://www.cheapnbabullsshop.com/Bobby-Portis/ , China, Aug. 16 (Xinhua) -- The future of Asian sports - over 2,400 athletes aged between 14 and 17 years - take the spotlight beginning Friday as the 2nd Asian Youth Games raised its curtain in Nanjing with an opening ceremony reminiscent of a video game.

Chinese vice premier Liu Yandong declared open the nine-day games themed 'Celebrating Youth, Passionate Asia', which will bring the athletes to 27 venues across the city by the Yangtse River to participate in 16 sports - diving, swimming, athletics, badminton http://www.cheapnbabullsshop.com/Jerian-Grant/ , basketball, fencing, football, golf, handball, judo, rugby union, shooting http://www.cheapnbabullsshop.com/Dennis-Rodman/ , squash, table tennis, taikwando, tennis and weightlifting.

On a hot, sultry night, the opening ceremony at a packed gymnasium broke the trend of holding Chinese sports events ceremonies in a main stadium, creating more of a theatrical atmosphere than a parade on an athletics field.

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In the artistic performance, 320 young people, most of them high-school students from Nanjing, presented the audience with a story of children advancing to adulthood through the four seasons of the year, mirroring the art of vibrant videogames on a waved stage that represented the bridges of southern China; the Yangtse River waters and Nanjing cloud embroidery, a local handicraft.

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Liu Chang, the men's 73kg taekwondo champion at the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympics, ran with 16-year-old Wu You, a 10th grader of Nanjing who designed the Nanjing Asian Youth Games torch.

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And the 2008 Olympic men's individual sabre fencing champion Zhong Man paired with Heng Yu, the 2011 champion at the national volleyball championship for teenagers under the age of 18.

Xu and Qiu touched the torch to the ring in the gymnasium, simultaneously lighting the cauldron outside.

Seven gold medals are up for grabs on the first day of action, including three in weightlifting and two in diving.

One man was shot dead and another injured near a residential community in Cangzhou city, Hebei province on Saturday, Chinanews reported.

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Tin Ko Ko (R) and Myo Min Htet at their wedding reception in Yangon on March 2, 2014 Tin Ko Ko (R) and Myo Min Htet at their wedding reception in Yangon on March 2, 2014

Tin Ko Ko and Myo Min Htet exchanged rings in an upmarket Yangon hotel Sunday, in the latest sign of changing social mores in the Southeast Asian nation as it emerges from the shadow of military rule.

The marriage does not enjoy any legal status but followed the customs of other Myanmar weddings, with the two men arriving in solemn procession followed by six groomsmen in front of some two hundred guests.

"My family accepted me. I am so glad that my parents were understanding... but he had to overcome many difficulties from his family," said Tin Ko Ko, 38, of his partner in an emotional speech.

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Same-sex relations are criminalised under the nation's colonial-era penal code.

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But taboos around homosexuality have begun to be relaxed after a quasi-civilian government replaced military rule three years ago. Myanmar held its first gay pride celebrations in May 2012.

Tin Ko Ko and Myo Min Htet had discussed their wedding in local media, but the pair kept the venue a secret for fear it could attract protest.

But some journalists were able to attend and pictures of the ceremony were splashed on the front pages of several local newspapers Monday.

"We both tried hard to make this a reality. I am almost speechless, I am so happy," said 28-year-old Myo Min Htet, adding that the event also marked the couple's 10-year anniversary.

Wedding guests applauded as the couple kissed after cutting a red heart-shaped cake.

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