There might be folks in the United States who have a problem with a uniform manufactured in China. But so far no one in China has appeared to complain about what their athletes will be wearing to this year's Olympics -- a uniform designed by a U.S.-based company.
Nike created the lineup for China's athletes competing in archery, basketball, beach volleyball, tennis, track and field, weightlifting and wrestling, according to the sportswear manufacturer's website. The design of the uniforms is inspired by China's culture and calligraphy.
All of the uniforms are inscribed along the neckline with the words, "Arise, March On," derived from the lyrics of the national anthem of the People's Republic.