1. Close up sign of Olympic Village, tilt down to IOC (international Olympic Committee) delegates walking in
2. Wide shot IOC delegates listening to the introduction about the design of the Olympic village
3. Medium shot Chin-Kuo Wu, IOC member
4. Medium shot IOC delegates
5. Close up IOC member Alex Gilady
6. Wide IOC delegates walking in the compound of Olympic village
7. Various IOC delegates visiting the rooms for athletes
8. Wide shot 10th meeting of the IOC Coordination Commission for Beijing Olympics
9. IOC delegates
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hein Verbruggen, Chairman of IOC Coordination Commission for Beijing 2008 Olympics:
"Clearly in recent times more than ever, the Beijing Games are being drawn into issues that do not necessarily have a link with the operation of the games. We're all aware the international community is discussing these topics, but it is important to remember that our main focus during these meetings is the successful delivery of the games operations and therefore the success of the Beijing Games for the athletes of the world."
11. Wide shot BOCOG delegation
12. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Liu Qi, president of BOCOG:
"If you want to walk 100 steps, though you have walked 90, you have finished only half the journey. We still have 10 steps left, and those 10 are very critical to the whole journey."
With 129 days to go before the opening ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympic games, the 10th meeting of the IOC Coordination Commission opened on Tuesday morning in Beijing.
With the Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch relay now underway and anticipation building for the Games themselves in August, the IOC's Coordination Commission is in the host city for its final review of the project.
Led by Commission Chairman Hein Verbruggen, the members of the Commission held a meeting with their Beijing Organising Committee (BOCOG) counterparts to help finalise their preparations and operations.
After the morning meeting, members of the IOC delegation visited some venues.
International and domestic media was only arranged to cover the delegation's stop at the Olympic village in its venue tour.
Covering about 66 hectares and located just 3 kilometres (2 miles) from the major sporting venues, the Olympic village will comprise a residential zone; an international zone, with banks, shops and cafes; and an operational zone, for transport and logistic facilities.
The village will accommodate 16-thousand athletes and officials during the Games, before going on to be the Paralympic Village in September.
It's the tenth visit of the full Commission to Beijing and marks the closing chapter of seven years of close collaboration between BOCOG and this expert IOC group.
Hein Verbruggen, chairman of the inspection committee, addressed his Chinese hosts in the morning meeting.
Without being specific, Verbruggen noted that China's August 8-24 games had become embroiled in controversy.
"Clearly in recent times more than ever, the Beijing Games are being drawn into issues that do not necessarily have a link with the operation of the games. We're all aware the international community is discussing these topics, but it is important to remember that our main focus during these meetings is the successful delivery of the games operations and therefor the success of the Beijing Games for the athletes of the world," said Verbruggen.
The unrest in Tibet, and China's response, has heightened calls for a boycott or a partial boycott of the games.
This comes in the wake of worries over Beijing's dirty air, and calls for China to increase pressure on Sudan to end fighting in Darfur.
The IOC has refused to speak out against China's actions in Tibet and maintained the Beijing Olympics "are a force for good" in opening up the country.
Liu Qi, president of the organising committee, used an old Chinese proverb to explain to the IOC delegation that preparations were in continuing in order to be ready in August.
"If you want to walk 100 steps, though you have walked 90, you have finished only half the journey. We still have 10 steps left, and those 10 are very critical to the whole journey," Liu Qi said.
Following closely on the heels of the Coordination Commission, Beijing will also host the final General Assembly of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) before the Games, as well as a meeting of the IOC's Executive Board.