The lifestyle metropolis of Hong Kong from 15 to 19 August 2013 at its best with three measuring around pleasure introducing three fairs around pleasure and well-being and wellness presents the lifestyle metropolis of Hong Kong from 15 to 19 August 2013 at its best – and not only that. She’s appetite for delicacies from all over the world and on new business. Of food and delicacies of restorative remedies to tea specialities, the fairs organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) combine all this under one roof, at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). Asia’s largest food fair, HKTDC Food Expo held from 15 to 19 August 2013, in parallel from 15 to 17 August 2013 the International Conference & exhibition of Chinese of the modernization medicine & health products (ICMCM) and the HKTDC Hong Kong International tea fair. With this trio of fairs, the HKTDC celebrated records already 2012: the last round were 25% more exhibitors and 30% more visitors than in the previous year. Also for this year’s fair offers Organisers a positive response.
With rising prosperity, the appetite grows as we know, and especially in the emerging markets need wants to meet as well for high-quality and boosting food as the desire for wellness, beauty and health. Promising synergies arise for exhibitors and visitors. Enjoyment for all senses: the HKTDC Food Expo regional or international dishes, cooking shows from Star chefs, tastings, competitions, as well as forums and seminars make Asia’s largest food trade fair to a culinary adventure, both for professionals and for the public. “While the public hall” with the premium food zone “accessible from the 15th to the 19th of August 2013 public, remains the Trade Hall with their group pavilions on first two days of the fair, the 15 and 16 August, subject to the visitors. In 2012, the Messe partner country Japan with over 220 exhibitors was particularly strongly represented among the 1,100 exhibitors from 26 countries -with their specialties like sake rice wine, Wagyu beef, salmon from Hokkaido or ice cream of green tea.