ICCIE 2017

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Sep 11 - Sep 13, 2017 - Beijing, China
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The Complete Chinese Dancing Industry Chain Presented at ICCIE 2017 for the First Time

Sep 13, 2017 3:57:58 PM

BEIJING, Sept. 11 (China News)-- From September 11 to September 13, the 12th China Beijing International Cultural & Creative Industry Expo (ICCIE) has been held. Weigongcun of Haidian District , where national dance culture resources are most intensively gathered and dance costumes and suppliers are most professionally designed and produced, made a grand presence.

Located in Haidian District of Beijing, Weigongcun, where dance costumes and suppliers are most professionally designed and produced, and dance education leads the nation, owns top-notch national dance academies, troupes, theaters and concert halls, and gathers more than 120 dance-related cultural enterprises.

 

In the Haidian booth at Hall 4 of ICCIE 2017, the status quo of dancing industry is presented for the first time in the form of an industry chain. The Haidian exhibition includes cultural investment, artistic creation, costume, dance suppliers, education and training, creative products, and life service, which makes a complete presentation of the dancing industry chain and its ecosystem.

 

The artists, dance regiments and enterprises at the event are from famous artistic institutes including the Research Institute of Dance of the Chinese Academy of Arts, the Dance Academy of Minzu University of China, the business incubator for student entrepreneurship at Beijing Dance Academy and People's Liberation Army Academy of Arts.

 

In addition, the releasing events for Achievements of Dance Industry Chain Model, Dance Health Education Convention and Dance Clothing Industry Standard, academic reports on "Chinese Classical Dance – the Formation of Round Silk Fan Dance” and road shows for other dance-related cultural enterprises will also be held at ICCIE.

 

Haidian District has rich cultural and historical resources, featuring the “Red” culture in Xishan - Chinese renewed novelist Cao Xueqin’s hometown, the “Lan” culture nurtured by the poet Nalan Xingde, the culture of the royal garden-three hills and five gardens, the Sino-French communication culture embodied in Boussier’s garden, and the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in Zhongguancun.

 

The exhibition intensively displays the "Lan" culture concerning Nalan Xingde, The press conference on the debut of cultural and creative products themed on Nalan Xingde, the national intangible cultural heritage, will be held to exhibit a series of silk figurine works of Nalan, Nalan tea―“Gentle Breeze and Sweet Dew”, and a series of jewelry works made of golden silk thread and jade, which are designed in accordance with Nalan’s Love of Butterfly. A Complete Collection of Nalan’s Works with New Annotations published by International Cultural Publishing Company with Ye Jiaying as general counsel will also be released.

 

Haidian is a major district for cultural exports. In 2016, 115 enterprises exported cultural products, with a total export volume of 970 million US dollars and an average of 8.435 million US dollars for each enterprise. As for key national cultural export enterprises identified by the Ministry of Commerce and the Central Propaganda Department, the number of key enterprises in Haidian district accounts for about 37% of that in Beijing. Books and propaganda film are chiefly utilized at the exhibition to demonstrate the outcomes of Haidian’s cultural enterprises going global.

 

Books on display include bestsellers in foreign markets, for example, different versions of Liu Cixin’s The Three-Body Problem translated in 10 languages, The Story of a White Snake, The Love Story of a Young Monk, Life Like the Strings, Oh, Xiang Xue, and Ground Covered with Chicken Feathers.

 

Moreover, The Three-Body Problem made its debut in Beijing. With more than 760,000 copies of its English version sold around the world, the book has ultimately won the Hugo Award. Overseas media and book review organizations, such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Guardian, have extensively reported on the English version of this Chinese literature work.