If you weren’t able to catch the opening ceremony of the Olympics, which aired last night on NBC then you definitely missed out. You may have already heard that by now but seriously, the Chinese put on an outstanding show. Through the use of over 2000 people, various costumes, drums, lights, music, a huge LCD screen and a lot of fireworks, among other things, the nation celebrated and shared a taste of their culture, history and heritage. There's a highlights video currently available online now.
NBCOlympics.com has a number of videos from the ceremony up, including this one, which shows footage from throughout the entire amazing event. And below are some additional videos and features from NBC's Olympic site:
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INFORMATION ON THE OPENING CEREMONY ON DVD CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING HERE.
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