A competition suitable for curlers of all experience levels was held on Feb. 26 at the Ice Sports Center of the National Aquatics Center in Beijing.
As the nation ushered in the Year of the Rabbit, the National Aquatics Center in Beijing rolled out a series of interactive cultural activities and ice sports programs, offering a festive atmosphere for visitors.
The Ice Sports Center of the National Aquatics Center in Beijing was selected as one of the 30 "Beijing Off-Campus Ice and Snow Activity Centers for Youth" on Jan. 7, 2023.
The award ceremony for the 2022 "Cultures of China: Water Cube Cup" Chinese Song Contest was held at the National Aquatics Center in Beijing on Sept. 13.
The National Aquatics Center (NAC), otherwise known as the Water Cube, will turn on its symbolic blue-color lights on April 2 to mark the annual World Autism Awareness Day.
This year marks the tenth year of "Light It Up Blue," an ongoing charity campaign to raise awareness about autism. From 2011 to 2015, the National Aquatics Center held consecutive exhibitions displaying paintings by children with autism.
The 12th World Autism Awareness Day was marked at the National Aquatics Center in Beijing on April 2, by lighting up the architectural landmark at night in blue.
A forum was held at the Water Cube, also known as the National Aquatics Center, in Beijing on Sept. 10. Organizers shared how they are preparing the venue for the Winter Olympic Games and using it to promote the Olympic spirit.