China Plays Host to Vivid Imaginations at Its Unique Expo
Sunday marked the end of the Second China International Cultural & Creative Industry Expo in Beijing. With 4 days of culture, creativity and innovation, the specialized industry exhibition culminated with corporate and trading deals reaching around $3.8 billion U.S.
With a wide array of entrants, a total of 220 contracts were drawn and signed for a variety of innovative genres including art, publishing, game development, tourism, and technological innovation. Sun Shoushan, the vice chairman of the expo’s organizing committee, reported these facts and was obviously pleased with the result.
Held at the China International Exhibition Center, this year’s expo saw a large increase in trade and auction, rising about 170% higher than the first expo. It was sponsored by the Ministry of Culture in China, as well as the GAPP. Around 260,000 people visted the expo, composed of both those who call China home as well as international tourists.
The event gave inventors and innovators the world over, the chance to strut their creative stuff and opened doors for many ideas to be patented and promoted in the near future.
Source: China News