Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) in 1998.
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) was the first Asian nation to host the Commonwealth Games; they hosted the 1998 Games.
Another Asian country that takes part in the Commonwealth Games is Malaysia.
Malaysia hosted the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
Commonwealth Games 2010 was organised for the commonwealth countries that were once under the British government but now have obtained freedom to compete in games and sporting events. The Asian Games 2010 was organised for countries in the Asian continent.
common wealth game is bigger than Asian Games
The 1964 Summer Games were in Tokyo, Japan. Malaysia hosted the 1998 Games in Kuala Lumpur.
Because it is not Australian
The country that will be hosting Commonwealth Games in 2014 is Scotland, in Glasgow.
The differences are the Olympic Games are open to all 201 countries that are members of the IOC (International Olympic Committee), the Commonwealth Games are only open to countries under the British monarchy and the Asian Games are exclusive to the Asian Continent and it's countries.
Brazil is not a Commonwealth country, so therefore cannot compete at the Commonwealth Games.
Australia organised the Commonwealth Games before India did.
The Commonwealth Games was initially known as the British Empire Games and was renamed to the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in 1954 and the British Commonwealth Games in 1970, before finally gaining its current title for the 1978 edition.