Observer’s closer eye on 11th China-Northeast Asia expo

China Plus Published: 2017-09-08 10:27:35
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By Yasir Habib Khan



First impression is always the last impression. This really worked practically when as a foreign observer I got exposed to grandeur of 11th China-Northeast Asia expo being held from September 1 to September 5 at Changchun, Jilin.
 
More I witnessed more I got inspired with the sprawl and dynamism of expo. The way it is being organized and managed manifests the fact that the journey of shared success galvanized by China is going to be materialized soon.


After I entered the exhibition, located, at 100 Huizhan Ave, I had to admire its incredible architectural style and contemporary design laced with modern functional facilities. Spreading over 640,000 square meters, holding eight exhibition halls each with a different pattern and theme, installing nearly 3,000 international standard booths, expo triggered thunderous vibe.
 
Credits goes to administration that succeeded in holding expo that feature showcasing of branded, new-technology, top-end commodities from China and abroad. The booths also performed well in presenting multi-media materials on regional and company policies, investment opportunities and projects.

[Photo: CRI Online]

[Photo: CRI Online]


Another inspiring encounter happened in pavilion of Intelligent Manufacturing. It included content of robotics and intelligent equipment, smart transportation, AI, VR, 3D printing, smart logistics, smart furniture, new IT and Internet plus manufacturing. Second Pavilion was about Financial Innovation. It gave a clear sense about corporate financing and industrial development and financial items.

There was nice arrangement to present Hong Kong commodities in other pavilion. It talked about high-tech home appliances, luxuries and cosmetics. One pavilion of International Commodities displayed various products of Southeast and Northeast Asia, about their technological products, electronic stuff, textiles, foodstuffs, medicines, health care valuable items.



What ignited my interest more was the pavilion for the Culture and Tourism Industry. It helped me to understand cultural industries, tourist mode of functionalities and mechanism for traveling.


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