Between May and July of next year, five practice events will be held by the 2022 Asian Para Games in Hangzhou.
After his COVID-19 constraints in China caused the event to be postponed by a year, a timeline for the new test event has been established.
The 19 competition sites are all almost finished.
The Asian Para Games will feature 22 sports in Indonesia in 2018, with the exception of bowling, including Go, soccer, canoeing, rowing, and taekwondo.
Earlier this year, China hosted the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games amid a “closed management system” that kept all participants away from the Chinese public.
The Asian Paralympics will now take place from October 22 through October 28. China’s borders are still mostly blocked as it pursues a “zero COVID” approach in response to the COVID-19 crisis, which has caused a number of athletic events to be canceled or postponed in China.
The schedule of international events affected by COVID-19 also scrutinizes China’s human rights record.
Several Western countries have joined a diplomatic boycott of Beijing in 2022, citing China’s persecution of Uyghur Muslims, but few Asian countries have complied.
The United Nations (UN) has determined that “grave human rights violations” have been committed against Uyghur Muslims and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. China disputes the UN findings. China previously hosted the Asian Para Games in Guangzhou in 2010.