Exhibition to establish business connections

Puguerou Denggaowa (back) with other members of Inner Mongolia performs an item during the opening of the exibition of Creative Products and Art from Inner Mongolia at China Cultural Centre in Suva today. Picture: RAMA

AN exhibition week of creative cultural products from Inner Mongolia of China is set to unlock the opportunities for our cultural artisans and professional involved in the cultural industry from both China and Fiji

Health Minister Rosy Akbar said this while opening the event at the Chinese cultural centre in Suva today.

Ms Akbar said this could help establish business connections.

“Fiji has a rich cultural and artistic resources with special characteristics of Pacific Islands, so it has a great potential to develop the creative cultural industry, which incorporates culture, art, history, tradition with the artefacts and creative cultural ornaments and products,” she said.

About 12 series of creative cultural products from inner Mongolia of China was today showcased at the event.