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On January 29, 2014

World Pet Association to host World Pet Expo 2014 in China

Show to take place April 29–May 1

The World Pet Association (WPA) will host the World Pet Expo 2014 (WPE'14) at the Xiamen International Conference and Exhibition Center in Xiamen, China. The event will be held April 29-May 1, according to organizers.

The expo, with an exhibition area of 15,000 square meters, sets up international-standard booths and devotes itself to shaping into the most well-known and best-service pet expo in China. WPE'14 connects with a great number of experts, exhibitors and professional visitors from dozens of countries and regions, including Southeast Asia, North America, East Europe and Australia, say organizers. It is estimated that the number of customers attending WPE'14 will exceed 50,000, while the exhibiting enterprises will reach 500.

Among other things, the exhibition category covers cats, dogs, ornamental fish, birds, horses, reptiles, amphibians, pet grooming, and medical equipment and pharmacy.

Highlights of WPE'14 will include:

  • NGKC Dog Competition
  • WPA Pet Groomers' Skill Contest
  • WPA Cross-straits Pet Veterinarian Conference
  • Pet Photography Contest, with a theme of "We have a beloved pet in the family"
  • WPA Pet Welfare-Advocating pet affection and culture
  • WPA Pet T-stage Show-Integrating popularity
  • Annual Conference of Asia Ornamental Fish Union-attended by presidents of aquatic associations from 10 Asian countries and regions, including Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Cambodia, Chinese Hong Kong and Taiwan
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