The Hangzhou Asian Games organizers are holding a three-day chefs de mission seminar in Hangzhou, China, with 45 delegation chiefs from National Olympic Committees (NOCs) in Asia to learn about the latest updated on the Games Preparations. The organizing committee will report on various aspects, including competition services, anti-doping measures, venue preparations, and athlete accreditation. Construction and inspection of all competition venues and training facilities have been completed and Asian Games villagers are ready for guests. Kenneth Fok, Chef de mission of Hong Kong, announced that they will send their largest-ever sport delegation to the Hangzhou Asian Games, with a focus on sports they are good at, such as fencing and swimming. He also highlighted the historical inclusion of e-sports as a formal sport in the games. The delegation chiefs will visit the venues and participate in cultural activities to better understand the host city. The Hangzhou Asian Games, which was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is set to take place from September 23 to October 8,2023, followed by the Asian Para Games from October 22 to 28, with athletes competing for 483 gold medals in 61 disciplines across 40 sports.