1. Actor Jackie Chan and others arriving at ceremony
2. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Jackie Chan, Actor:
"It's just like when you look at my face and the Chinese style jacket that I'm wearing, you'd know immediately that I'm Chinese. Therefore this emblem is very important because you have to make people understand at first sight where it is from."
3. Pan from Michael Payne, International Olympic Committee marketing director, to Chan being interviewed
4. Chan shaking hands with interviewer
5. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Chen Wu, One of the emblem designers:
"We want to show the five thousand year-old Chinese culture and its long flowing tradition. We also want to show the inner concept of a combination of Chinese traditional culture and the Olympic spirit."
6. Man walking past promotional signs along entrance to ceremony
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Brad Copeland, Image advisor for International Olympic Committee:
"This is the beginning of a journey of communication of literally telling the story of the Beijing Olympic bid to the world, of Beijing and the new China. And I think that the logo will be a very important first step."
8. Crowds inside Temple of Heaven
9. Chan shaking hands with retired former Olympic world table tennis champion Deng Yaping, they bow to each other and crowd
10. Audience applauding
11. Officials arriving at stage
12. Wu Bangguo, Chairman of the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China, and Hein Verbruggen (standing on the left), Chairman of the Coordination Commission at the International Olympic Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad lift up emblem
13. Close up of emblem
14. Pan right of people waving Chinese flags and emblem flags
15. People waving flags
16. Tilt down from logo banner above roof of Temple gates to audience
17. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Vox pop, Xu Jixian:
"I think the thinking of the design is an extraordinarily creative one because it combines the traditional and the modern era. It also reflects the traditional Chinese culture. I think, it is wonderful for us to have such an emblem which is a combination of the history and today."
18. Pan from crowd to ceremony on Temple of Heaven
Organisers of the Beijing Olympics unveiled the 2008 Games' emblem - a Chinese character for the name of Beijing drawn to look like a running athlete - at a ceremony on Sunday night attended by film star Jackie Chan and hundreds of dancers.
The event at the Temple of Heaven, a centuries-old Beijing landmark, was also attended by more than two-thousand invited guests, including film director Zhang Yimou and Wu Bangguo, the chairman of China's legislature.
The communist government has promoted the games as a matter of national pride and evidence of China's modernisation, heavily publicising every step in the preparations.
At the ceremony on Sunday night, an oversized traditional Chinese stamp carved with the emblem arrived by double-decker bus and was carried to a stage by Chan and Chinese table tennis star Deng Yaping.
Wu and Hein Verbruggen, an International Olympic Committee official, stamped the symbol onto a scroll and held it up for the audience to see on large video screens.
Guests were shown a video by Zhang promoting the seal and hundreds of performers in red leotards danced.
The emblem is based on the Chinese character "Jing," which is part of the name of Beijing and also can be written on its own to refer to the Chinese capital.
The emblem also includes the Olympic rings and the words "Beijing 2008".