Do the words "Chinese food" bring moisture to your mouth?
And "shopping," "bargain" on silk, cloisonn? jade, antiques bring twinkling to your eyes?
Do you wish to see the Forbidden City and the imperial treasures? How about the terra cotta warriors?
Do you like to get orders for your business? Or find a reliable supplier with competitive price?
Do you wish to try some or all of the above...but you don't have the time or resources to go to China?
Then come to the show! The 1999 International China Expo November 26 to 28 (Friday to Sunday).
If you are in the United States, what better place than the China Expo to promote your services and products, or identify suppliers and distributors? To bargain hunt for the perfect Christmas gift without rioting against the IRS in April?
The Expo is an annual event organized by ASM's Chinese Yellow Pages division. The first show opened at the Los Angeles Convention Center in December 1997 with blessings from Pete Wilson (governor of the State of California) and other State officials. Last two years, the three-day annual event attracted hundreds of exhibitors from mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, United States; and thousands of visitors from near and far (more details available from our survey ).
The show has been receiving extensive media coverage from the mainstream TV station KABC Channel 7, radio station KKGO 105.1; to all major local Chinese TV and radio stations, newspapers and magazines in Southern California. It meant concrete BU$INE$$ NUMBER$ to the exhibitors. This year the Expo is going to be BIGGER and BETTER, joined by the Japan Expo and Korea Expo under the same room. You'll hate to miss it!
If you represent a business with ambition to tap into the vast ethnic Chinese market whether in Asia or here in the States, find out now how the Expo can help you to achieve your goal! If you need more reasons to convince your boss it is the right thing to do to come to the show, ask him or her to check sponsors and participants for some familiar names, whether belonging to friends or foes. We are taking applications for exhibition booths right now. You can check the floor plan and rates right on the Internet.
If you are an individual interested in unique Chinese products and fascinated by the Chinese culture, you love festivals, enjoy ethnic music and dance performances, will shop till you drop when the B-word is activated, then mark your calendar and expect a lot of bargains and fun!
Full detail is available at the show web site: http://www.chinaexpo-usa.com, or feel free to bug Jason Chu the event coordinator directly at 626-582-1068, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions and requests.
More Information to "SHOW" you
Trade Shows in China Trade shows are one of the best ways to test the market and reach your customers in China. Our 1999 directory guides you to major trade shows in China.
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