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2018 Chengdu Global Events Summit

The 2018 Chengdu Global Events Summit kicks off in southwest China's Chengdu on November 13, bringing together representatives from the cultural industry at home and abroad to conduct discussions about cultural creativity and the rise of cities.


OVERVIEW

2018 Chengdu Global Events Summit to be unveiled City

INSIGHTS

Culture and creativity fuel city development, says founding father of U.S. event management education City

Cities need to improve continually to meet challenges, says former chairman of Edinburgh International Festival Committee City

A city's living buildings bring a genuine city-wide sense of ownership, says artistic director of European Capital of Culture 2008 City

Inclusiveness makes the Fringe second largest ticketed event, just behind Olympics: Chair of The Fringe Society's Board City

SW China's Chengdu, a place to make new and unique movies, says Emmy Award winner Mark Zaslove City

To engage audiences when hosting events matters, says David Zolkwer, creative director of Athens Olympic Games City

EXPERTS

Inclusive city breeds all-encompassing arts festival, says Chair of The Fringe Society's Board City

Heroes in China's professional fields are coming, bringing tremendous power to the world, says artistic director Wang Chaoge City

Users' appetite for certain content will keep related IPs well received, says chairman and president at Ciwen Media City

Events design should respect rituals and communicate with worldwide audience, says founding father of U.S. event management education City

Resonance is the ultimate goal of cultural expression, says public events director David Zolkwer City

Art, culture and diversity are social glue of a city, says artistic director of European Capital of Culture 2008 City

Cities need design festivals highlighting their strengths, says former chairman of Culture Committee of the City of Edinburgh Council City

Translating city personality into creative ideas key to cultural creativity sector, says Emmy Award winner Mark Zaslove City