The answer to this question is very interesting. As the saying goes, the ass determines the head, and everyone basically looks at the Universiade from the perspective of interest. Many people expressed their desire to cancel because they were worried about the unsafe conditions caused by the epidemic imported from abroad, the impact of infrastructure construction on normal life, and the increase in housing prices. I don’t want to cancel the reason. After preparing for such a long time, I have invested a lot of people, financial and material resources. The cancellation is a waste of investment. The Universiade is a rare opportunity for Chengdu’s urban development and to show itself to the world… Although the official rumors are now refuted, it is considered comprehensively and from certainty. According to internal sources, there is a high probability that the Universiade will be postponed for one year. But it is not about to be cancelled, and whether it can be held smoothly next year will also depend on the global epidemic control situation and the international situation. It is difficult to say what will happen to the various boycotts recently. In addition, the cancellation or postponement should not be decided by the International Federation of Sports or Chengdu. It should be decided by the central government. And now an event that has more weight than the Universiade and requires higher consideration is the Beijing-Zhangjiakou Winter Olympics in early 2022. If the Winter Olympics arrangements change, the Universiade will have to be adjusted in all likelihood. If you evaluate the impact of the cancellation, first of all, Chengdu’s hope to use the Universiade to gain this opportunity to go further to the world has come to an end, especially considering that it is difficult to host higher-level large-scale events in the short term. Secondly, in terms of infrastructure, from the perspective of sports, most stadiums and their supporting facilities cannot be fully utilized and lost their initial value. Subsequent use and operation will become a big question mark. It would be too wasteful to be left idle or rarely used; but Some other cities’ infrastructures driven by the Universiade have been basically or nearly completed, such as the reconstruction of the First Ring Road, the formation of Tianfu Greenway Jincheng Park, and the completion of Tianfu Airport. These constructions are not completely tied to the Universiade, and belong to the development of the city itself. Even if the Universiade is cancelled, the impact should be small. Then, Chengdu hopes that the use of the Universiade to stimulate tourism and consumption will also be severely affected, the loss is not small, and the impact on citizens’ lives will be less, and the expectations will be less. For the Universiade organizers and construction parties, and city management departments, Less burden, but no results. Finally, if it is also a serious blow to Chengdu’s plan to create an “international competition name”, Chengdu will successively host the World Games, the Asian Cup (as a competition area), and the World Table Tennis Championships after the Universiade, but the Universiade is among them. The most significant. Now it seems that the possibility of postponement is relatively high. I hope that it will be held successfully in the end while ensuring safety. I hope that Cheng can use the holding of the competition to summarize experience and carefully analyze the actual effect and value of “Yisaiyingcheng”. In other words, I personally don’t have a cold for the Universiade and the Olympic Games. I still hope that Chengdu will host popular individual events like the Club World Cup and the World Cup. That is definitely a profit.