Russian elements highlight sub-site of HTF
Huanan City, one of the sub-sites of the 29th Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair (HTF), held an exhibition featuring Russian elements, from June 15 to 19.
The sub-site attracted the participation of around 300 businesses from 10 countries and regions, including those from Russia, Republic of Belarus, Pakistan, Malaysia and Vietnam.
The exhibition covers an area of 160,000 square meters, an increase of 60,000 square meters compared to 2017.
A total of 11 exhibition areas were set, with displays of specialties from Taiwan province and Russia, as well as green food, clothing, furniture and building materials, renewable energy cars and folk culture crafts from home and abroad.
This year’s Huanan exhibition site highlighted Russian elements. In addition to rich categories of Russian exhibits, there was also a Russian cultural festival where visitors have access to enjoy authentic Russian performances and sample local cultural activities.
Officials and business representatives from China and Russia pose for a group photo at the opening ceremony for a Russian culture festival held in Huanan city of Harbin on June 15. [Photo/dbw.cn]
A performance featuring the cultural elements of Russia minority ethnic groups are staged at the opening ceremony of a Russian culture festival that held in Huanan city of Harbin on June 15. [Photo/dbw.cn]
A Russian dancing is staged at the opening ceremony of a Russian culture festival that held in Huanan city of Harbin on June 15. [Photo/dbw.cn]
The Huanan City sub-site of 29th Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair is filled with visitors at the opening day of the event. [Photo/dbw.cn]
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