Macau is being promoted at the 2nd China International Imports Exhibition, taking place from 5 to 10 November at the Shanghai National Convention and Exhibition Centre, with an exhibition under the “Macao Hub” theme showcased at the China Pavilion, according to official information.
The exhibition is organised by the Government Information Bureau, occupies an area of about 126 square metres and is divided into four themes, specifically, “services platform for trade cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking countries,” “blend of Western and Eastern cultures and many business opportunities,” “integration into national development,” and the “20th anniversary after Macau’s return to the homeland, continuing openness to the outside.”
The theme of the exhibition is the UNESCO world heritage centre and it will highlight the city’s brilliant profile and its uniqueness resulting from the mix of western and eastern cultures that together make up the city’s urban landscape.
The exhibition area comprises a large set of multimedia projection screens for video projection, virtual reality equipment and interactive devices, which show Macau’s role as a platform and link between China and the eight Portuguese-speaking countries, especially in the areas of economy and trade, training of qualified staff and cultural exchange.
It also showcases Macau’s characteristics, namely the Historical Centre of Macau and the Creative City of Gastronomy, to allow visitors to get to know the advantages and business opportunities of the Macau Special Administrative Region as a world centre for tourism and leisure.
“Macau Hub” is located in the Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan exhibition area of the China Pavilion as part of the National Trade and Investment Fair.
The China pavilion covers an area of around 1,500 square metres, under the theme “Commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of New China’s Implementation,” which shows China’s economic development, new opportunities, among others including six major themes, a launch video, China’s innovation, China’s openness, China’s beauty, China’s happiness, and the development of integration between China and the Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan regions. (Macauhub)