Chongqing - The 12th Chongqing International Cultural Industry Expo (CQCIE) and the Baiyu Cultural Heritage and Development Precious Products Exhibition kicked off on November 16 at the Chongqing International Convention and Exhibition Center (Nanping), captivating the attention of numerous residents.
The expo, scheduled to run until the 19th, celebrates cultural diversity. Among the diverse exhibits, the Belarusian booth emerged as an attraction, drawing the interest of Chongqing citizens.
Lan Wancong, the booth's manager, said, "The pavilion, built on the foundation of product sales, serves as a bridge between our economies, cultures, and trade, offering a better understanding of the customs and traditions of Belarus."
The pavilion primarily features the sale of vodka, honey, chocolates, and candies, all sourced from Belarus and its Customs Union allies.
These products showcase innovation through the "Railway Fast Pass + Direct Import Pickup" model for goods imported via the China-Europe freight train. This approach streamlines the customs process, reducing clearance times by 2-3 days.
A notable highlight of the Belarusian exhibit is the abundant display of original imported alcoholic beverages, encompassing a range of Belarusian and Russian mainstream categories.
"We have established procurement relationships with Belarusian wineries, transporting goods directly to the southwest region of China through the China-Europe freight train," Lan Wancong explained. All showcased alcoholic products have completed the necessary customs procedures, allowing consumers to place orders on-site and take them home immediately.
Hand-painted Belarusian oil paintings became a prominent feature, adding an artistic touch to the expo. Whether from the older generation or the younger Belarusian artists, their creations reflect a close connection to the country and its people's lives.
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