n, who came to the main venue of the festival on Thursday with four friends.
“We went to Thailand for a vacation last month. The beautiful sunshine and beaches there
are enchanting,” the 54-year-old Beijing native said. “Now, we have a second chance to experience its food.”
Yang Lin, 26, who described herself as a foodie, also went to t
he gala. “I love Korean food most, except for Chi
nese cuisine, and I’m happy that Beijing is holding such a big food exhibition.”
Xu Hejian, a Beijing official in charge of the event, said visitors can see how Asian food i
s made at the venue and sample various cuisines made by more than 200 food enterprises.
Wuyutai Tea is one of the companies.It’s a good opportunity for the younger generati
on to learn more about traditional Chinese delicacies and desserts,” said Chen Huaji, an employee. “Tea is
quite an important element of Chinese culture, and the exhibition offers a stage to show off the essence of Chinese food and Chinese culture.”
technological innovation, the app now is a market leader with over 20 million downloads.W
ith eight propellers stirring in the air and the motor roaring, a flying vehicle successfully carried its inventor Zhao
Deli, who was dressed in a black suit complete with a helmet, goggles and elbow and knee protectors, into the air.
Over 500 news media industry executives, journalists, sponsors and suppliers attended the 2019 event.
The Guardian walked away with the top prize.
Besides its accurate, timely and engaging news reporting, the app also
provides the go-to source for foreigners interested in travel, study or work in China.
“One judge particularly enjoyed the intelligent algorithm basis of the newsfe
ed. The China Daily app has enormous scale, is easy to use and is very reader friendly,” said the judging panel.
be released immediately after passing on-site inspections, providing they
have valid electronic chips and their owners have valid reports showing rabies anti
body test results from any of 62 authorized laboratories in various countries, according to the regulation.
Certified service dogs, such as guide dogs, will also be free from extended quarantine periods.
If the animals fail to meet the above-mentioned three criteria, they have to be quarantined for 30 days, according to the regulation.
Under previous rules, all pets, except service dogs, had to be placed under quarantine in desi
gnated areas for at least seven days, and in some cases 30 days, upon entering the Chinese mainland.
The former General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspe
ction and Quarantine, which supervised entry-exit inspections and quarantines, told China Daily
in 2016 that it was considering revising the regulation so pets could be released after passin