The 102nd session of Canton Fair opens
2007-October-15 Source: Newsgd.com
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The 102nd session of the China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, opens in Guangzhou today ( Oct. 15).  The 51-year-old fair starts to use new logo from this session.

New logo unveilling ceremony

The fair expand its import pavilion to 150, 000 square meters, a 50 percent increase than the previous session. Some 480 enterprises from 57 countries or regions were registered as exhibitors of the fair. The import section will run until Oct 20th.

A total of 15054 enterprises in mainland attend the fair, with 1644 enterprises from Guangdong Province.

The fair is still held in two complexes including Liu Hua Complex and Pazhou Complex.

New Logo

The new logo, designed by a teacher in the Design Faculty of Lanzhou Transportation University, is inspired by images combining a Baoxiang Flower (a traditional Chinese pattern at the base of lotus and peony, symbolizing treasure and happiness) and a wheel in the wind. 6 rotating petals occupy the outside of the design, indicating that the CIEF opens a window to the world. The red color symbolizes luck and festivity and the entire image resembles a Chinese pinwheel, predicting the CIEF propitious development.

The logo and fair's formal names in Chinese and English (Guangzhou Daily photo)

Editor: 欧阳妍
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