There is no doubt that Gov. Support ,Vendors Showcase will be a main development patterns in amusement industry in future China .
As you know, the 12th Five-Year Plan is an very important policy formulated by Chinese goverment, in which entertainment industry was included in the eleven industries with key state support.
Almost one-third of China's theme parks were opened within the past two years, and plans for more than 30 new parks have been announced, says Chris Yoshii, a Hong Kong-based expert for consulting firm AECOM. AECOM forecasts that China (including Hong Kong) will overtake the USA in total theme park visits by 2020.
China's swelling middle class considers a theme park visit, which typically costs $24-$31 for an adult weekend pass, to be an increasingly affordable, desirable activity, Yoshii says. The Smurfs, Hello Kitty and Angry Birds are among several foreign cartoon characters whose owners plan China theme parks. On the roof of the world, the Tibetan capital Lhasa is building its first theme park, to open next June.
Taking advantage of above factors ，5th China International Games & Amusement Fair (G&A Fair 2012) ,to be held in Zhongshan Expo Center during Nov. 1st-4th, 2012, will not only attract coin-op game machines and amusement equipments manufacturers exhibitors, but also gather technical services providers such as TUV SUD and providers of arcade game accessories such as Suzohapp(yinyinbao) . Their latest products and techniques will be showcased at G&A 2012.
Wedding planning is an exciting, emotional (sometimes exasperating) endeavor – and plotting your nuptials in a far-off place is no difference. The advantages of a destination wedding are many: For one, saying “I do” abroad limits the guest list. It can also be easier to plan, since the resort’s on-site coordinator can handle everything from photographers and table arrangements to goodie bags. Not to mention: exchanging vows on a sandy beach with your friends and family? Priceless. We tapped the travel experts for their top tips on making your destination wedding go off without a hitch.
1. Do your homework
Different countries have different requirements when it comes to non-natives getting married on native soil. In France, for example, a proper wedding can be a nightmare: The 40-day residence requirement is just one of many steps required. In Bali, a legal ceremony is considerably easier, although, you and your honey have to be the same religion. So, wherever you’re dreaming of tying the knot, know what you’re getting into.
2. Have a symbolic ceremony
If you don’t want to deal with overseas bureaucracy, get married stateside and have a non-civil ceremony in your destination of choice. No one will be the wiser.
3. Make considerations
For your guests, a destination wedding can be significantly more expensive than a domestic one. Do them a favor and give fair warning – six months at minimum (a year is even better). Also, consider ditching the registry. If you’re not willing to forego gifts completely, include inexpensive items on your wish list.
4. Stay in one place
Honeymooning where you get hitched means you can go from reception to relaxation mode without the hassle of planes, trains and automobiles. It can also be cost-effective. Resort wedding packages often include a free stay for the bride and groom. Everything is negotiable and if the hotel isn’t willing to put you up for a night or two (or longer), ask for an upgrade. http://www.cchappiness.com