The Fifth Shanghai Mind Games for Students
(source: Tongya Hall)
Shanghai Municipal Education Commission
Shanghai Sports Bureau
Shanghai Student Activity Management Center
Shanghai Middle School Sports Association
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Shanghai Chess and Card Sports Management Center
Shanghai Secondary Professional School Sports Association
Shanghai Shenqi Youth Chess and Card Sports Development Center
Shanghai Economic Management School
Shanghai Jushen Sports Development Co., Ltd.
This tournament continues the successful experience of the previous four Shanghai Student Mental Games, setting up six events including Go, Chess, Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, and Bridge. It is different from previous Shanghai Student Mental Games. Participants of the Mind Games are junior high school students and secondary vocational students, which embodies the principle of “precisely running the game”.
During the normalized epidemic prevention and control period, the organizer and the organizer attached great importance to it and established an epidemic prevention and control working group to formulate an epidemic prevention and control plan. All participants are required to sign an epidemic prevention commitment and wear masks throughout the race. Before the start of the game, complete disinfection of the arena, chess sets, equipment, etc., and each entrance and exit has a special person responsible for information registration, body temperature monitoring, and inspection with application codes. The arena is equipped with special trash bins for discarded masks and protective equipment such as masks and disposable hand sanitizers.
Spectators are strictly forbidden to enter the Shanghai Student Mind Games. Participants must wait in the exclusive rest area after completing the game. In order to let the team leaders and coaches keep abreast of the contestants' competitions, the organizers will publish real-time results at the gates of each stadium to facilitate the teams to understand the progress of the competition.
Intellectual sports has a broad sports foundation among the young students in Shanghai, and plays an important role in improving the literacy, learning ability and sports skills of the student group. Recently, the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the General Office of the State Council issued the "Opinions on Comprehensively Strengthening and Improving School Sports Work in the New Era", which emphasized the need to "promote Chinese traditional sports such as chess and cards", which has an important role in promoting the development of intellectual sports , Also put forward higher requirements.