Event Review|July Events

Sino-British Cultural Industry Development Forum for Wuhou


The Sino-British Cultural industry Develment Forum for Wuhou was successfully held on July 18th. This forum provided an opportunity for individuals and enterprises in the Chinese and English creative industries to exchange ideas, and promote the future development of this industry in China and the UK.

Wang Ruiping, head of the United Front Work Department of the CPC Wuhou District Committee,  delivered the opening speech, expressing the hope through working together Wuhou district can become a world leader in the cultural and creative industries. 

A representative from the Wuhou district Investment Promotion Bureau introduced the investment environment of Wuhou district.

Wang zhi, deputy director of Culture, Sports and Tourism Bureau of Wuhou district, introduced various policies on cultural and creative industries in Wuhou district.

In addition, a representative of Chengdu Aiminer Brand Management co.,ltd. explained how Sheme combines traditional Chinese embroidery techniques with modern shoes. 
Ms. Sun zehui, the first person of Chinese silk weaving painting, introduced the traditional Chinese silk weaving technology to us.
Finally, Ms. Liu Qianyu, dean of the chengdu branch of China IP Business School, introduced the significance of IP to enterprises.

Launch Ceremony of Chengdu Zhongke Science and Technology Innovation Talent Institute and the UKCNCC Opening Ceremony


On the 19th of July, the Launch Ceremony of Chengdu Zhongke Science and Technology Innovation Talent Institute and the UKCNCC Opening Ceremony were successfully held in West Zhigu. The center’s aim to better serve scientific and technological talents and foster Chinese-English cultural exchange!

Unveiling ceremony of “Chengdu Zhongke Science and Technology Innovation Talent Institute” and UKCNCC
Signing ceremony for related activities
Plate-giving of “British Youth and Teenager Science and Technology Innovation Camp Training Base”

Royal School of Needlework Workshop

On July 20th, the British Chambers of Commerce in Southwest China and UKCNCC jointly  held an embroidery workshop.

Dr Susan Kay -Williams introducing the history and culture of the Royal School of Needlework.
Practical workshop lead by Professor Sarah Smith and Dr Susan.  
The students are listening