Ningbo enterprises dazzle at cultural and lifestyle expo
Visitors are seen at the Ningbo pavilion at the 2020 Yangtze River Delta International Cultural Industries Expo currently underway at the National Exhibition and Convention Center Shanghai. [Photo/cnnb.com.cn]
A total of 20 cultural enterprises from Ningbo, East China's Zhejiang province are attending the 2020 Yangtze River Delta International Cultural Industries Expo currently underway at the National Exhibition and Convention Center Shanghai.
Slated to run until Nov 22, the expo, now in its third year, is jointly sponsored by the provinces of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui and Shanghai municipality in the Yangtze River Delta. It aims to further promote the integration of cultural industries in the region.
This year's exhibition covers a total space of 54,000 square meters, among which 2,200 square meters are occupied by Zhejiang.
Unlike previous years, Ningbo has set up an independent exhibition area with a total area of 200 square meters.
Cultural and creative products developed by companies from the city have proved hugely popular at the fair, one such example of which are the relief sculptures developed by Ningbo Peregrine Culture Development Co Ltd by combining traditional skills and 3D printing technologies.
Other popular exhibits include floodlights and LED lights developed by Yuyao Visico Electronic Technology Co Ltd, whose products have been sold to countries such as Germany, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands. The company has to date opened 24 stores across the nation.
The Yangze River Delta is one of China's most international regions and has the highest level of opening-up and strongest innovation capabilities in the nation. This region accounts for only one twenty-sixth of China's territory and one-sixth of its population, but makes up almost one-fourth of the country's GDP.