Mascots for Commonwealth Games

CWG_mascotsCommonwealth Games Mascots:
Keyano (Edmonton 1978) | Matilda (Brisbane 1982) | Mac (Edinburgh 1986) | Goldie (Auckland 1990) | Klee Wyck (Victoria 1994) | Wira (Kuala Lumpur 1998) | Kit (Manchester 2002) | Karak (Melbourne 2006) | Shera (Delhi 2010) | Clyde (Glasgow 2014) | Borobi (Gold Coast 2018)

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Mascots for Asian Games

AGames_mascotsAsian Games Mascots:
Appu (New Delhi 1982) | Pan Pan (Beijing 1990) | Poppo & Cuccu (Hiroshima 1994) | Chai-yo (Bangkok 1998) | Duria (Busan 2002) | Orry (Doha 2002) | A Xiang, A Ru, Le Yangyang, A He, & A Yi (Guangzhou 2010) | Barame, Chumuro & Vichuon (Incheon 2014) | Bhin Bhin, Kaka & Atong (Jakarta & Palembang 2018)

AWG_mascotssAsian Winter Games Mascots:
“Squirrel” (Sapporo 1986, 1990) | Doudou (Harbin 1996) | Gomdori (Kangwon 1999) | Winta (Aomori 2003) | Lulu (Changchun 2007) | Irby (Astana & Almaty 2011) | Ezomon (Sapporo 2017)

AGOthers_mascotsAsian Indoor Games Mascots:
Hey & Há (Bangkok 2005) | Mei Mei (Macau 2007) | Gà Hồ (Hanoi 2009)

Asian Martial Arts Games Mascots:
Hanuman Yindee (Bangkok 2009) | Alabai (Ashgabat 2017)

Asian Youth Games Mascots:
Frasia (Singapore 2009) | Yuan Yuan (Nanjing 2013)

Asian Beach Games:
Jalak Bali (Bali 2008) | Al Jebel, Al Reeh & Al Med (Muscat 2010) | Sha Sha, Yang Yang & Hai Hai (Haiyang 2012) | Sakorn, Sintu & Samut (Phuket 2014) | Chim Yen (Da Nang 2016)

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SEA Games 2017 KL

SEAGamesMascots_AllSEA Games Mascots:
Wichien-maat (Bangkok 1985) | Johan (Kuala Lumpur 1989) | Kiko Labuyo (Manila 1991) | Singa (Singapore 1993) | Sawasdee (Chiang Mai 1995) | Hanuman (Jakarta 1997) | Awang Budiman (Bandar Seri Begawan 1999) | Si Tumas (Kuala Lumpur 2001) | Trau Vang (Hanoi & HoChiMinh City 2003) | Gilas (Manila 2005) | Can (Nakhon Ratchasima 2007) | Champa & Champi (Vientiane 2009) | Modo & Modi (Palembang & Jakarta 2011) | Shwe Yoe & Ma Moe (Naypyidaw 2013) | Nila (Singapore 2015) | Rimau (Kuala Lumpur 2017)

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Record of a Night Too Brief by Hiromi Kawakami (2017)

…sometimes you only know what you should take on and what you should not when you don’t have the choice.

To be betrayed, you probably first have to be deeply involved. Had I been deeply involved with anything in my life?

Snake wives make the very best kind of wife…
…When you give them instructions, they listen, looking at you steadily, with those big, crystal-clear eyes. They have something stubborn about them, but not stubborn like human women: human women get stubborn for emotional reasons; snakes are stubborn because that’s their nature.

–A Snake Stepped On 蛇を踏む (Hebi o fumu)