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With the festival, organizers strove to display cultural elements in a modern light to catch the attention of younger generations. A musical and firework festival called Love on Liuyang River was held on May 20 in the Liuyang River Wedding Park. Young people were invited to release balloons and express their love to their loved ones online. A large-scale folk performance called Lives on Liushui was staged at the Changsha Experiment Theater on May 22. Presented from the angle of a boatman who lives beside the Liuyang River, the show demonstrated the river's environment, folk songs related to the river and the region's architectural style and intangible cultural heritage.
A concert was held in Changsha Musical Hall to celebrate the end of the cultural festival on May 23. Lei Yixin, a sculptor, said the first Liuyang River Cultural and Art Festival used various art forms to demonstrate local cultural achievements. A stage performance called On the Liuyang River shows the beauty of Liuyang River and the lives of residents in ancient Changsha. A popular tourist destination in China, Changsha in Hunan province aims to develop a world-class river-based tourism industry. Changsha, the capital city of Hunan province, plans to develop a world-class cultural and tourism belt along the Liuyang River to attract more visitors. The belt, on which construction began in 2015, is designed to have similar features as the Seine River in Paris.
The river, which begins in Dawei Mountain in Hunan, is one of the largest tributaries of the Xiangjiang River. Changsha released a Liuyang River culture and tourism industry upgrade plan aimed at boosting awareness of the river in April 2015. According to the plan, Changsha, which plans to grow into a leading global tourism destination, will develop a world-class river-based tourism industry in the next few years. Zhou Xiangzhi, an expert from the Hunan Academy of Social Sciences, said the Liuyang River plays a significant role in supporting Changsha's tourism industry development. Many national leading cultural and urban planning experts including scholar Yi Zhongtian, former president of Peking University Zhou Qifeng and architect Peng Peigen have participated in planning the project. Some tourism projects celebrated groundbreaking under the guidance of the Changsha government in 2015. Five districts and counties along the Liuyang River, including county-level Liuyang city and Yuhua district, have provided strong support for the culture and tourism belt construction. The city of Liuyang, which is in the upstream regions of the Liuyang River, plans to upgrade some of its famous tourism spots including the Dawei Mountain National Forest Park and Guandu Ancient Town.
The county government promised that none of the construction projects would have negative impacts on the local ecosystem.
The city is known for its flower blossoms in spring, rafting in summer, fruit harvest in autumn and skiing in winter. The Liuyang River Music Festival and Liuyang River Firework Festival are popular with tourists. Historical relics discovered in the town suggest that people have been living along the Liuyang River since the New Stone Age. The town of Tiaoma, Lituo subdistrict and Dongshan subdistrict in Yuhua district of Changshan are popular with tourists for their traditional cultural achievements and natural scenery.
Five key tourisms projects including the Tanyangzhou Wetland Park and Changsha Tombs of Princes of the Ming Dynasty Relic Park are under development in the region. Furong district has served as the administrative center of Changsha since the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC). It is the home to the world-famous Mawangdui Han Tombs and the country of Machu in ancient China. Furong has planned several projects including the Longping Rice Museum, Mawangdui Han Tombs Relic Park and Machu Relic Parks to display local culture and history. The Yazipu community, one of the largest shantytowns in Kaifu, will be removed in the near future. There will instead be a zone of culture and tourism that focuses on media, cultural innovation and leisure tourism in the district. Premier Li Keqiang said China should build "dual engines" that couple innovative concepts, such as big data, and the craftsmanship of traditional industries for its economy when he attended the big data expo in Guiyang last week. The China Big Data Industry Summit and China E-commerce Innovation and Development Summit, which is widely known as Guiyang Big Data Expo, was held from Wednesday to Sunday in the capital city of Southwest China's Guizhou province. Globally influential experts, academics and industry insiders converged in Guiyang for the expo. More than 300 big data companies brought with them over 1,000 products and solutions to showcase at the expo. According to statistics, over 80 percent of China's information resources are in government hands. They also plan to push forward an agenda to converge the flow of capital, the flow of technology and the flow of talent on the basis of the flow of data, to create new opportunities for innovation and business startups. The delegates called for society to take a proper view of big data security and urged for legal efforts to crack down on internet fraud to allow a clean and safe network. The event is also seen as a platform where business leaders and government officials can meet to share their insights on solving problems relating to national and local economies. As Chinese industries face numerous tasks including cutting production capacity, reducing stock and controlling leverage tools, it is not easy to prioritize when reforming the supply side. Decision-makers always have to answer similar questions such as how the Guiyang government should spend fixed-assets investment budget reasonably and which industry needs the investment most. The collecting and mining of big data may address these issues in the near future, according to industry experts. He Zhong, chief information officer of Guiyang MacroData is leading his team to develop an early warning platform for the industrial economy of Guiyang on the basis of big data technologies. The goal of the platform is to consolidate data including industrial demand, economic dynamics, employment and livelihood figures and then prepare a report for decision-makers. According to He, the platform is a pilot project that the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is developing in Guiyang, Guizhou province, because the city plans to build itself into a base for the big data industry providing flexible policies. The MacroData project just settled in the Guiyang Big Data Innovation Industry (Technology) Development Center, which was launched last week in Guiyang's Guanshanhu district.
The project is just one example of efforts the Guizhou provincial government is making to foster the big data industry.
Since 2014, Guizhou has led the country's pace to develop big data as a special and innovation-driven industry.
Li Jun, 35, is not happy with the many advertisements he sees on WeChat Moments, a module of a popular social network on which friends share their personal moments. The formerly clean platform has become a showplace for advertisements, products and shopping malls according to Li, who served in the army in remote Tibet for 13 years. Latest figures from WeChat's holding company Tencent show the mobile phone application had 760 million active users around the world in April.
Li is also concerned that advertisements on WeChat Moments are sometimes misleading or even dishonestabout the quality, as the network is difficult to regulate. Li is not merely complaining but is a "tongker", or problem shooter, who spoke out about the problem on Sunday with nine others concerned about other common problems to hundreds of listeners in Guiyang to compete for a top prize.
The tongker competition, a part of the Guiyang Big Data Expo, aimed to screen general problems of the public and seek business opportunities by solving those problems. Winners of the tongker competition shared 1 million yuan ($151,645) in prizes and their proposals will receive government subsidies and venture capital investment. Ten tongkers including Li took to the stage on Sunday to present their proposals for final evaluation.
Gao Weidong, deputy mayor of Guiyang, said many problems in governance have been raised with possible solutions, which are good models of "collaborative social governance". Zhou Tao, a professor at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China said many people who start businesses do not understand the demands behind problems in the field, and therefore may not solve fundamental issues. Zhang Xiang, executive president of Caixin Media, said the tongker platform would "promote a relatively fair redistribution of resources, solve problems relating to people's livelihood and build a more harmonious society". According to the organizers of the event, a tongker's platform will be established after the contest, helping link tongkers, makers and investors for opening new businesses based on tongkers' ideas and solutions. I was born in Guizhou, so I've often heard the old saying about my home province: "Sunshine lasting no more than three days and flat lands lasting no more than three miles". But I never imagined that the saying would one day describe the conditions underpinning the emergence of the big data industry in Guizhou. Valleys and caves and the rare sunny day are the main reasons for the cool climate in the plateau province. My home province also boasts rich water and fossil fuel resources that can supply the utilities at lower prices. These are all ideal for the storage of big data, according to officials and experts, which in turn has made Guizhou the first State-level pilot zone for developing the big data industry. This year, I could not be prouder of my hometown as it faced the challenge of changing its image from a latecomer in the country's industrialization to become a leader in big data. Its milestone was the China Big Data Industry Summit and China E-commerce Innovation and Development Summit, which Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou, hosted last week, becoming elevated to a State-level expo. I'm as excited for the Guiyang population of 4.7 million after hearing Premier Li Keqiang say at the expo that industries related to big data are booming and a more transparent and equal market will support them. I was upbeat when I heard CEOs from global tech companies such as Qualcomm, HP, Dell, Tencent and Alibaba announce their commitment to Guiyang with major projects. So far, 2.8 million people in Guiyang have access to free Wi-Fi thanks to a project that aims to cover the entire city by 2017. In return, data records of Wi-Fi logins that can reveal which shopping malls are the busiest and which restaurants are the most visited, are vital to the big data industry. I was told that efforts to help poverty-stricken residents in Guizhou have become more efficient. The China Beijing International Fair for Trade in Services is designed to build a solid platform for China and other countries to put their economic growth on a firmer footing via diversified models in service businesses, senior officials said.
Beijing Party Chief Guo Jinlong said that as the Beijing Fair focuses closely on serving the national strategies of the Collaborative Development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province and combines the social demands on the "internet plus" policy, domestic and global companies can benefit from introducing recognized brands, products and technologies into China's fast-growing services market.
During the fair, a section focused on mass entrepreneurship and another that concentrates on innovation and the transformation and upgrading of economic structures will represent implementations of the State Council's Opinions on Accelerating the Development of Trade in Services, which was issued last year. The fair this year will also focus on exhibiting new opportunities and new achievements in the service industry and service trade around the Belt and Road Initiative. The Belt and Road Trade in Service Development Conference aims to discuss promoting service and trade businesses along the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, which will cover about 4.4 billion people in more than 60 countries and regions in Asia, Africa and Europe. Yan Ligang, director of the Beijing Commission of Commerce, said Beijing has already decided to give priority to the development of leading industries and promote industrial upgrading. He said the UK is China's second-largest trade partner and investment source and destination in the European Union while China is the UK's third-largest trade partner.
Martyn Roper, minister and deputy head of mission at the British embassy to China, said in a keynote speech at the event that the UK wants to "support China on its journey of economic change" that is rebalancing toward the service sector. He said the UK welcomes the opening-up of the service sectors of science and technology, the internet, finance, culture and education, tourism and healthcare in Beijing, as the city has been a national pilot for opening the service industry in all six areas.
Roper said the UK has gone through a similar transition to China - from an economy that was heavily reliant on manufacturing to one that is now supported by services.
At the CIFTIS, the UK booth highlights its advanced sectors such as finance, healthcare, design, education and technical services. The fair has attracted nearly 400 overseas exhibitors, an increase of more than 40 from the last session in 2014.

Fourteen countries and regions participated in the fair for the first time, including the Czech Republic, which highlighted sectors including tourism, finance, e-commerce and creative industries. Czechia Weddings and Meetings, a Czech company specializing in event planning, does not consider it important to attract large numbers of customers in China. The company has just started business in China, primarily offering services online and cooperating with travel agencies, but may open offices in China in the future, Bezvodova said. Philip Kanyoonzi, first secretary at the embassy of Uganda in China, said Uganda has many opportunities in all sectors of the service industry, such as tourism, medical care and transportation, to partner with China. He said there are already many Chinese projects in Uganda, and he expects to introduce his country and its resources to more Chinese investors at the CIFTIS. The United Kingdom has become the first guest of honor country for a China Beijing International Fair for Trade in Services.
Zhao, who is from Shenzhen, Guangdong province, said the company would join in future fairs.
He said the fair, which began on Saturday and will run through Wednesday, allowed other exhibitors and visitors to better understand Zhankoo's services. Mark O'Sullivan, CEO at the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria in Australia, said he has connected with companies at the fair to discuss cooperation opportunities and invited them, as well as provincial governments in China, to participate in the 2016 Royal Melbourne Show. O'Sullivan said the event focused on the future development of the growing exhibitions industry. Chu Xiangyin, executive vice-chairman at the society, said the fair is a creative event to showcase services, promote the services sector and boost exports of Chinese services. The event, a comprehensive and high-level platform, allows people from the convention and exhibition industry to promote their concepts and ideas about the sector, Chu said.
The convention and exhibition section at the third trade fair provided 24 trade negotiation areas and a 508-squaremeter exhibition area. The CIFTIS, which was launched in 2012, is supported by the World Trade Organization, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. An artistic illustration of Chengdu Tianfu International Airport, which began construction on May 27, making Chengdu the third city on the Chinese mainland to have a second civilian airport. The city started construction of a new airport - Chengdu Tianfu International Airport - on May 27, making it the third city on the Chinese mainland to have a second civil airport.
It is expected to be completed in 2019 and go into operation in 2020, said Dai Yongbo, deputy director of the Sichuan Development and Reform Commission.
Liu Yi, deputy chief architect of the China Southwest Architectural Design and Research Institute, which designed the new airport, said the first phase of the project would include three runways, with the capacity to handle 320,000 flights, 40 million passengers and 700,000 metric tons of cargo annually by 2025.
The long-term target for the airport is to have six runways, with annual capacity of 90 million passengers and 2 million tons of cargo.
The airport will be highly intelligent and automatic with the use of smart technology, such as an electronic luggage tracing system, self-boarding system, intelligent baggage transport system and biometrics identification technology, Liu said. The airport will integrate the terminals with all means of transportation, including intercity railway, subway, buses, taxis and private cars.
Through the intercity railway, highways and subway linked to the new airport, passengers can easily reach downtown Chengdu and its neighboring cities. To give the visitors a first impression of Chengdu and its surroundings, the airport will have eight courtyards displaying representative natural and cultural landscapes of the city and Sichuan province, including Qingcheng Mountain, the Temple of Marquis, Sanxingdui Site Museum and Jiuzhaigou Valley. According to the plan, the airport will not only be a transportation building, but a giant traffic complex that combines accommodation, offices, shopping, dining and entertainment.
Liu said the airport has also planned an economic zone to boost the development of an airport economy, making it an important growth engine for city development. With rapid economic development and more frequent international exchanges, Chengdu has seen a sharp increase in its air traffic in recent years. Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport is the fourth-busiest airport on the Chinese mainland, after Beijing Capital International Airport, Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. Chengdu Shuangliu handled 42 million passengers in 2015, an increase of 12.1 percent year-on-year, according to statistics released by Civil Aviation Administration of China.
The number of overseas passengers through the Shuangliu airport exceeded 4 million in 2015, and its cargo transport reached 556,600 tons, both ranked first in western China. The Shuangliu airport is almost running at full capacity, but its passenger volume has kept rising. To meet the increasing needs of air transportation and boost the city's opening up, Chengdu started the planning of a new airport in 2011. Zhang said the new airport would serve international passenger routes and most international cargo routes, while Shuangliu airport would handle domestic flights and some international cargo routes. Dai said Chengdu is blessed with geographical advantages as many of the air routes from China to Europe fly over the city. Chengdu already has the largest number of international routes in China's central and western region.
Chengdu is also planning to open direct routes to other cities including New York, Sydney, Rome and Johannesburg this year, according to the Sichuan Port and Logistics Office. The city will open at least three international direct routes in each of the next five years, which will enable the city to become a regional hub of both international and domestic airline routes, according to an official at the Chengdu Port and Logistics Office.
The 22nd World Route Development Forum, also known as "World Routes", one of the biggest annual events for the civil aviation sector, will be held in Chengdu from Sept 24 to 27.
The event is expected to draw 3,500 representatives from 350 airlines, 1,200 airports and 200 government departments and international organizations, according to Yan Yuhua, airline marketing manager of Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport Co Ltd.
Chengdu will be the second city on the Chinese mainland to hold the event following Beijing in 2009.
A total of 92 airlines, 279 airports and 15 overseas tourist administrations had registered for the event by May 19. Jin said the city will hold one-on-one meetings with 36 airlines from home and abroad, pushing forward the opening of more international air routes.
He said the city is considering opening more than 20 international routes, connecting it to more cities in North America, Oceania, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia. Backed by an advanced transportation system, the southwestern city of Chengdu is rising to become a gateway for China's westward opening-up.
The city has been expanding and optimizing its airline, railway and highway networks, making itself an international logistics hub. The new airport will be connected to a highly advanced land transportation system, including highways, subways and high-speed rail, which will allow for the easy transfer of passengers and cargo to destinations around Chengdu and its neighboring cities. Deng said the new airport will also boost the opening up of Chengdu and Sichuan province, and help to promote the development of the Silk Road Economic Belt and Yangtze River Economic Belt.
Sheng Yi, deputy director of the Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, said the new airport would help the city to attract talent and resources, enhance international exchanges and boost industry development. Located at the intersection of the Silk Road Economic Belt and Yangtze River Economic Belt, Chengdu has been drawing attention from global investors and partners.
By the end of last year, Chengdu had direct economic and trade relations with 223 major cities worldwide including 20 that have opened trade and tourism offices in the city.
Fifteen foreign countries have set up consulates in Chengdu, the largest number in western China.
The Chengdu-Europe Express Rail that started operation in April 2013 departs from the Chengdu International Railway Port and terminates in Lodz, Poland. On March 25, a train carrying 20,000 semi-finished color TVs from TCL's Chengdu subsidiary headed to Europe on the express rail track.
Liu said the express rail provides a more convenient channel for her company to do business with its European clients.
The city is playing an important role as a transportation hub, as it puts forward the idea of "Chengdu-Europe Plus", referring to the railway being connected to more domestic and European cities. The railway is expanding to Chinese cities including Shanghai, Shenzhen, Xiamen and Kunming, while in Europe, it will expand to cities including Nuremberg, Hamburg and Tilburg, according to the Chengdu Port and Logistics Office. Chengdu also opened the Chengdu-Central Asia Express Rail in July 2014, connecting it to Central Asian countries within nine to 11 days.
The imported Volkswagen new Multivan (right) and new Caravelle hit the Chinese market at a launch ceremony in Shanghai on Thursday. Targeted at China's business executives and start-up entrepreneurs, Light Commercial Vehicles of Volkswagen Group Import Co Ltd expects its sixth generation T Series to set new standards with its flexibility, class-leading functionality, and superior reliability. Five versions of the imported Volkswagen New Multivan and New Caravelle hit the Chinese market at a launch ceremony in Shanghai on Thursday. China is currently seeing a boom in innovative startups, and the smart, digitally-aware, motivated, capapble entrepreneurs heading them are reinventing existing business models.
All T6 versions are equally generous to passengers with their class-leading and versatile seating flexibility and spaciousness. The new Multivan has seven seats, all of which can be moved freely, and second-row seats that can swivel. The new Caravelle offers two seating options: A fourrow, nine-seat model, which can carry more passengers, or a three-row, eight-seat option that features a larger trunk for luggage.
The high-end vehicle will also soon be customizable, for both luxury travel and special purposes.
Wilke-Tyczka pointed out that many business leaders, having been educated overseas, became aware of the T series during their time abroad. About half of T series customers use the vehicle for business purposes, and the other half are typically early-middle-aged drivers with families, according to the company's data on the fifth generation T Series.
The company anticipates that the Multi-Passenger Vehicle market will expand rapidly in the near future, as more parents opt to have a second child. The Multivan afords passengers a comfortable entry or exit, thanks to its electric sliding door. The T6, powered by a 2-liter four-cylinder Turbocharged Fuel Stratified Injection, or TSI, engine, gives customers outstanding efficiency and power. The 150kW maximum output and 350 Nm peak torque, together with 4Motion technology, enables swift acceleration and greater power and control in difficult driving conditions. The intelligent safety assistance features, including Hill Descent Control, City Emergency Braking and Driver Fatigue Detection, also ensure greater safety and comfort for passengers.
All of the generations, from T1 to T6, have been developed to meet the requirements of drivers in their specific eras, with each model reflecting those evolving times and emerging needs. With more than 12 million vehicles sold worldwide in its 66 years to date, the T Series continues to offer drivers countless possibilities. Jan Michel, executive director of sales international NV-I, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, said, "The past five generations of T series have firmly secured its place as the world's best-selling model in its segment. The T5 performed well in 2015, exceeding sales expectations and securing a high level of satisfaction and recognition with customers. Wilke-Tyczka is optimistic about prospects for the Chinese market amid the T5 runout and T6 launch. Featuring a number that is considered lucky in Chinese culture, the T6 has five variants: The new Caravelle Comfortline, Comfortline 4Motion, and new Multivan Highline, Highline Plus, and Topline.
The T6 is made in Hannover, Germany, and its heritage and continuing dedication to quality ensure that it meets the very highest standards. The upgraded 4Motion, coupled with Hill Descent Control, significantly boosts performance and eficiency. Dynamic Chassis Control is made up of an electromechanical power steering system, which allows the vehicle to adapt automatically to different driving conditions. Kang Yi (left), director for smart Operation at BMBS, Mao Jingbo (center), executive vice-president for smart and AMG Sales Operations at Beijing Mercedes-Benz Sales Service Co Ltd and Kris Wu, China's new smart ambassador, present the smart brand's new family in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, on Saturday. Daimler AG's smart brand, which is designed for modern urban driving, has built up a devoted following among city trendsetters in China since it entered the country's market in 2009. The smart design philosophy is "FUN.ctional", and this sense of enjoyment has clearly struck a chord in the world's largest automarket, as evidenced by the presence on Saturday of more than 500 people who braved the rain to celebrate their love of the brand at the smart times 2016 carnival in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province.
They are among some 86,000 smart owners who identify with the brand's stylish distinctiveness as well as its undeniable sense of fun. Mao told stories of a number of smart owners, including a group that drove en-masse all the way from the coastal city of Dalian, Liaoning province, to Lhasa, Tibet autonomous region. Its size and drivability means that the smart brand is becoming an increasingly popular choice for those looking to express themselves in the midst of China's rapid urbanization. At this year's smart times, fans were wowed by the new introductions to the brand's family: the All-New smart forfour, smart fortwo coupe and smart fortwo cabrio, as well as the appearance of China's new smart ambassador, pop star Kris Wu. As a confident all-rounder, challenger and innovator, Wu represents the essence of smart, said Mao.
Wu participated in the design of the All New smart forfour Kris Wu edition, which among other things features an amber color panel and grey tridion safety cell. The Kris Wu edition cars have proved a roaring success: 188 were sold online in just 25 seconds on April 26. Kang Yi, director for smart Operation at BMBS, called smart times, which was introduced into China five years ago, the world's most influential gathering of car owners. At this year's event, fans took part in a range of interactive sessions and experienced first-hand the sensation of driving a growing lineup of smart cars. He said those masterpieces have fully integrated smart's signature DNA and will ensure the brand's fan base continues to grow. Mao said the rapid introduction of models into China, as well as those tailored for the Chinese market, such as the Kris Wu edition, shows the great importance the brand has attached to the country. As a pioneer in urban mobility, smart designs and delivers stylish and convenient models which follow the "rear engine, rear drive" concept and are the shortest, most agile masterpieces in their segments.
Looking forward, the brand aims to continue its tradition of creativity and zest to fulfill its promise of delivering "a new urban joy". Zhanjiang, located in the southern tip of the Chinese mainland, was a hub of the ancient Maritime Silk Road. According to the national and provincial plans for the Belt and Road Initiative, Zhanjiang is one of the four strategic pivotal cities in Guangdong province for the initiative, which refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road strategies. The city will build itself into an important hub for the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, a demonstration zone for industrial cooperation between the province and the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and also a gateway city to the South China Sea. The following five years (2021-25) will see further improvement in the mechanism for exchanges and cooperation with other regions in China and countries along the new Maritime Silk Road. Then the five years till 2030 will be the final phase to achieve these goals and establish a well-functioning cooperation mechanism.
We have confidence that Zhanjiang will be able to realize these goals since the city has unmatched advantages as it has smooth connections and good economic cooperation with China's vast western regions with a convenient transport network, and with its neighbors Southeast Asia. Besides, the city has a promising future in foreign trade and frequent international cultural and science and technology exchanges. Zhanjiang will enlarge the handling capacity of its ports, especially for containers, through improving the existing berths and terminals and building new ones based on the city's advantages of deep water and a long shoreline.
For example, it will invest 5.6 billion yuan ($854 million) to build 20 berths in Zhanjiang's county-level harbors. Among the ports in the plan, Zhanjiang Port will receive the most investment to boost its growth and it will play the leading role in fueling the city's development in the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road.
It is the domestic port with the shortest distance to the sea routes connecting China to the countries in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Oceania. Zhanjiang has carried out sound cooperation with all 10 ASEAN members, focusing on trade and business, and cultural exchanges in recent years. Trade with ASEAN members has increased from $431 million in 2011 to $795 million last year, and ASEAN has grown into the city's largest export market since 2013. Besides, the city already established a trade representative office in Cambodia in 2014, the first step to set up branches to boost trade with ASEAN. The city will host the 2016 Agricultural Products Trade Fair for Zhanjiang and ASEAN from June 2 to 5, which aims to promote cooperation among related industries and companies of China and ASEAN members, and it's also a measure to serve the development of the Belt and Road Initiative.
The fishing and aquaculture industries have a long history in Zhanjiang and are the sectors that have earned the city national and international fame.
Zhanjiang, a port city in South China's Guangdong province, is working to build an international cooperation platform for the aquatic industry, encouraging local businesses to use foreign investment and other resources to expand their domestic and foreign markets.
One such effort is the 2016 China International Aquatic Products Exhibition, which has been an annual event in the city since 2014.
Zhuang said the city has a complete aquatic products industry chain, from aquatic feed production, breeding, cultivation and seafood processing to the final logistics, with all the sectors coordinating well to improve the local industry's competitiveness in the market. Recognizing the solid foundation of Zhanjiang's aquatic industry, in 2011 the Ministry of Commerce designated the city as a demonstration base for upgrading the country's aquatic industry and the aquatic products trade. Since then, the aquatic industry has become a pillar of the local economy and exports of aquatic products have grown quickly, now accounting for around 30 percent of the city's annual exports.

However, the city's aquatic products trade reached its peak in 2013 and 2014 with total exports and imports surpassing $800 million in both years.
Foreign trade decreased a little last year due to weakening demand in foreign countries and rising domestic labor costs. And in the first three months of 2016, the city's aquatic products trade totaled 713 million yuan ($109 million). On the other hand, local companies have already taken efforts to adjust to the downturn, with some of them putting their focus on investing directly in foreign countries, according to Zhuang. Ten companies from Zhanjiang have established operations in members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, with their total investment reaching $634 million in the past five years.
The investments have mainly gone to the aquatic products industries in countries including Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand. As one of the pivotal cities for China's Belt and Road Initiative, Zhanjiang has enhanced its opening up endeavors and deepened cooperation with countries along the Belt and Road routes, especially those in Southeast Asia. The city in the southwest of Guangdong province has intensified its efforts to facilitate exchanges with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) members through exhibitions and trade fairs, according to the city's commercial bureau. Since 2013, the ASEAN members have become the largest export market for Zhanjiang, with Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore now the city's top three export destinations. In addition, the city has taken more measures to attract investment from and push forward trade with the 10-member bloc in the fields of modern agriculture, aquaculture, port logistics and tourism. Businesses from ASEAN have established about 20 companies in Zhanjiang in the past five years, with their operations mainly in the aquatic products industry, such as food processing and feed production. At the same time, companies from Zhanjiang invested $634 million in 11 projects in ASEAN countries.
Considering the booming business between the two sides, the city has geared up its moves in setting up representative offices in ASEAN countries for market expansion and better communications, the bureau said. To date, Zhanjiang Port has developed nine freight routes with major trade partners such as Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Malaysia. The better sea and air connections have facilitated the flow of cargos and people-topeople communication and helped Zhanjiang become a regional logistics hub, the bureau said.
The country's booming e-commerce business is also helping Zhanjiang become a logistics hub.
According to the bureau, an online platform for parcel deliveries has been put into operation, leading to substantial improvements in efficiency.
Besides, more platforms aiming to facilitate trade and investment are about to be completed. For example, a special industrial zone for companies from ASEAN countries is under construction with many companies from Thailand and Indonesia agreeing to come.
Moreover, Zhanjiang will build a demonstration center for exhibiting agricultural products from both the city and Southeast Asia. The aquatic industry in the seaside city of Zhanjiang in South China's Guangdong province has already enjoyed a leading position in China, the annual trade fair of the China International Aquatic Products Exposition will show. Dubbed China's "capital of prawns" and "capital of seafood delights", Zhanjiang has a mature aquatic industrial chain, especially for prawns and tilapia, said Tian Quanhai, chairman of the China Aquatic Production Chamber of Commerce under the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce.
Zhanjiang became a permanent venue for the expo in 2015, which the chairman attributed to the city government's strong support, the city's advantages for developing the aquatic industry and its capability to hold large international events. In the southwest of Guangdong, the port city boasts a coastline of 1,556 km, which makes up half of the total in Guangdong and 20 percent in China. Cen said Zhanjiang has topped any other city in China in terms of annual yield of prawns, post larvae and fodder, as well as shrimp processing capacity, exports and scale of wholesale markets thanks to decades of development and the local authorities' strong support.
The city has developed an unrivalled aquatic industrial chain nationwide ranging from breeding, sea farming, processing, fodder supply, fishing machinery and logistics and other services.
The city's prawn price index, the first of its kind, has become the barometer of China's prawn market. Cen attributed much of the competitiveness of the sector to the R&D support from such research institutes as Guangzhou's South China Sea Institute of Oceanology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences and universities such as the Sun Yatsen University in Guangzhou and Guangdong Ocean University in Zhanjiang. The market leadership and industrial expertise have earned the city the title as demonstration base for upgrading the country's aquatic industry and the aquatic products trade, he said.
The city has passed 14 evaluations by the United States, the European Union, Japan, Russia and South Korea for quality supervision of aquatic products, winning a global reputation for the nation's aquatic industry. He said roughly 25 percent of the city's population is engaged in the industry, and the city supplies about 70 percent of the Chinese prawn market. According to Cen, the city aims to produce 20 new varieties of prawn-related products this year, which are expected to reach an output of 100,000 metric tons and generate output value of 16 billion yuan ($2.44 billion) in 2016.
The city's aquatic sector reported domestic sales of 25 billion yuan and exports of $600 million in 2015, official statistics indicate.
The Belt and Road Initiative has provided huge opportunities for expanding Sino-foreign cooperation in ocean and aquatic product industries, said an industrial association official. Tian Quanhai, chairman of the China Aquatic Production Chamber of Commerce under the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, urged aquatic industry players to grasp opportunities to further advance cooperation with their foreign counterparts along the trade routes in the years ahead. The initiative, proposed by the Chinese government in 2013, envisages a Silk Road Economic Belt and a 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, covering about 4.4 billion people in more than 60 nations and regions in Asia, Africa and Europe.
The 2016 expo, the second-largest of its kind on the mainland, will take place in Zhanjiang from June 18 to 20. He said he hoped to see more Chinese companies expand their presence in the global market via Sino-foreign partnerships in the coming years. Tian promised his chamber would try to build more platforms and channels for domestic companies to go global in the future. China is not only the biggest country in aquaculture, but also the largest in aquatic product trade and consumption. Orders from Japan, the United States, Europe and South Korea in 2015 witnessed a big reduction, although contracts from Southeast Asian nations increased. The coastal provinces of Guangdong, Fujian, Shandong, Hebei, Liaoning Zhejiang and Hainan were the major aquatic products sellers abroad. Zhanjiang will host the 2016 China International Aquatic Products Exposition at its international convention and exhibition center from June 18 to 20. Jointly organized by the China Aquatic Production Chamber of Commerce under the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce and Zhanjiang Aquatic Products Import and Export Association, the three-day event is expected to attract more than 200 exhibitors and 3,000 professional buyers from 30 countries and regions, including the European Union, the United States, Ecuador, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, India and Iran in addition to almost all the regions of China including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. This year's show will cover an exhibition area of more than 20,000 square meters with over 500 booths, about one-third of which will be earmarked for exhibitors from ASEAN member countries. According to Cen, the expo will showcase the entire array of products, technological solutions and equipment of the aquatic industrial chain. Cen said a series of seminars would be organized for technological exchanges and on-site procurement and ceremonies would be launched for forging economic and trade ties. Zhang Quanguo, president of an aquatic product trading firm in Southwest China's Sichuan province, said the expo has become a home for businesspeople in the industry.
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The United Kingdom has become the first guest of honor country "to show the organizer's recognition that the UK is a strong power in the service industry and its expectation of Sino-UK cooperation in service trade", said Ma She, deputy director-general of the Department of European Affairs at China's Ministry of Commerce, at a theme day event on Saturday.
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The embassy and Ugandan companies would organize promotional campaigns in China after the fair. He also visited other exhibitors, such as those in express delivery, to learn about their innovations and technologies.
The convention and exhibition section, which consists of exhibitions, conferences as well as negotiations and promotional activities, is held by five organizations including the China Convention, Exhibition and Event Society.
The section served as a communications platform and helped solve problems in the industry, the organizers said.
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In February, Sichuan Airlines launched a direct route between Chengdu and Prague, the sixth direct route linking the city to Europe. A key step is the construction of the Chengdu Tianfu International Airport, the city's second airport. It will mainly serve international routes, while the current airport will handle domestic flights. It will strengthen Chengdu's advantages as western China's transportation hub, and add wings to the economic development of the city," said Deng Ling, a professor of economics at Sichuan University. Railway lines starting from Chengdu not only connect it to cities all over China, but also to Central Asia and Europe.
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Zhanjiang Mayor Wang Zhongbing recently talked to China Daily about the city's strategic position in the Belt and Road Initiative and its plans for development and international cooperation in the future.
In the first five years, till 2020, the city will lay a solid foundation by improving its infrastructure and making breakthroughs in key economic sectors.
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And the city's trade with ASEAN members has soared rapidly from $431 million in 2011 to $795 million in 2015, an average annual growth rate of 18.6 percent, according to the bureau. The active participation of local aquatic companies in national and provincial-level R&D programs is another reason for the sector's competitiveness, Cen said. It is jointly organized by the China Aquatic Production Chamber of Commerce under the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce and Zhanjiang Aquatic Products Import and Export Association.
Exhibits will include frozen aquatic products, aquatic seedlings, technologies and equipment for aquaculture, aquatic processing and preservation, as well as environmental protection and sterilization, aquatic fodder and medicines, fodder-making machines, packaging materials, equipment and techniques and cold chain logistics.
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