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Beijing’s ‘Civilization’ Bureau Teaches Soccer Fans How to Behave

Fans of Beijing Guoan celebrate victory during the AFC Asian Champions League match between Brisbane Roar and Beijing Guoan at Cbus Super Stadium on February 25, 2015 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Matt Roberts/Getty Images)
Fans of Beijing Guoan celebrate victory during the AFC Asian Champions League match between Brisbane Roar and Beijing Guoan at Cbus Super Stadium on February 25, 2015 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Matt Roberts/Getty Images)

For the May 23 soccer game between the Beijing Guoan and the Jiangsu Guoxin-Sainty Football Clubs, over 1,000 Beijing fans traveled to Nanjing for the...




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