August 30 - September 3, 2010    Beijing , China

Facts
Visitors: 200000
Exhibitors: 2500
Area: 43,000m2
Your primary window onto one of the world’s largest publishing markets, the Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF) brings you face to face with the pioneers of China’s dynamic publishing industry, and affords you the chance to tap into the newest trends and developments.

The 2010 BIBF features a wealth of new information, events and services—highlights include the newly-designed Digital Publishing Zone, with all the latest on China’s exploding digital scene, the Guest of Honor program, this year showcasing the literature and culture of India, and the Beijing International Publishing Forum, where the leaders of industry meet to share experiences, insights and strategies. This year’s fair also boasts an expanded exhibition area, and a wider array of literary and publishing events on and around the grounds of the fair. While the after-effects of the financial crisis still linger around the globe, the Chinese book market continues its strong and steady growth, and the BIBF is growing right along with it.
Whether you’re interested in exploring new markets or building long-term partnerships, the Beijing International Book Fair is the first stop on your journey into Chinese publishing.

Venue

Location: Beijing Exhibition Center
Beijing Exhibition Center is opened in 1954 as the city's first large-scale, comprehensive exhibition venue, with the late Premier Zhou En-Lai cutting the red ribbon and Chairman Mao Tse-Tung..
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