National pavilions foster international communication in Shanghai FTZ
There are currently many national pavilions in Shanghai FTZ, including an Australia National Pavilion, Chile National Pavilion, Europe National Pavilions, Hungary National Pavilion and Iran National Pavilion, according to a news report published on Pudong's official website on April 10.
People who visit the museums can feast on various delicacies and enjoy the artworks. Moreover, the pavilions boost communications between China and other countries.
Bulgaria National Pavilion.[Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]
In the Bulgaria National Pavilion, visitors can enjoy the pleasant smell of roses. In addition, the pavilion features many products made from roses, such as rose essence and rose body shampoo.
Australia National Pavilion. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]
In the Australia National Pavilion, visitors can buy milk powder, lanolin cream, and tooth paste made with propolis, which has now become an integral part of life in Shanghai.
Iran National Pavilion. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]
The Iran National Pavilion holds special activities during Iranian holidays, such as Navruz, one of the most important holidays in Iran.
In the Chile National Pavilion, visitors can buy cherries imported from Chile. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]
The pavilions also play an important role in facilitating trade with other countries. For example, the Chile National Pavilion enables cooperation between the China National Institute of Standardization and the China Inspection & Tracing Technology Company, who set the standards for cherry imports and manage the entire import process. As a result, imports have greatly increased.
The Australia National Pavilion has also helped Chinese and Australian companies cooperate in establishing geracomium for senior citizens in Australia. Chinese companies have now accumulated a lot of experience in this industry.