The enchantment of Made-in-Pakistan specialties- including but not limited to wood carving, bronze carving, carpets- firmly holds the gaze of visitors by its unique appearance and deep-rooted cultural foundation at the 32nd China (Harbin) International Economic and Trade Fair (HTF).
Kicked off in Harbin, Heilongjiang, Northeast China on June 15, nearly 300 companies from 38 countries and regions gathered here with new projects, new technologies and new products, showing their glamour at this 5-day fair.
Made-in-Pakistan specialties, especially furniture, carpet, jewelry, cashmere and the like, are internationally popular because of their elegant textures and superior workmanship.
“Pakistan handicrafts products have been very much liked by Chinese people even in Pakistan. Besides, as far as gems and jewelry is concerned, it is evident to all over the world that Pakistan is blessed with precious and semi-precious stones and China is big market of it, which are opportunities that motivated us to start business in China since 2013,” Hasan, head of Pakistan Hassn Impex, who participated in the HTF for the first time, mentioned in an exclusive interview with China Economic Net, “and we have been participating in Harbin Fair since 2014. This year we brought handicrafts like brass and jewelries.”