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2018.09.03 Beijing International Book Fair 2018
For five days from 8/22 to 8/26, the 25th Beijing International Book Fair will be held at Beijing’s China International Exhibition Center. More than 300,000 people attended last year, and 5,262 deals were struck, a 4.9% increase from 2016. This fair is the largest in Asia and it is the second largest in the world after Frankfurt Bookfair. As we witness China’s rapid rise in becoming a technology giant beginning with AI, the book fair this year will be showcasing China’s efforts to introduce new technology pertaining to the publishing industry. 

A cutting-edge digital zone with a focus on the fusion of media would be available at BIBF. The latest trends in digital technology and content-based industry will be highlighted in this zone. The following exhibition items are planned to be showcased: two-way media, technology as well as content services, AI and Big Data systems. BIBF aims on showcasing a more sophisticated platform configuration that is global in its scope to achieve an innovative integration between publishing houses and media service providers. 

Furthermore, the children’s books corner, which was immensely popular until last year, has been spun off as an independent entity and will be simultaneously hosted as Beijing International Children’s Book Fair (BICBF). At BICBF, we will come across booths that exhibit animation, comics, IP licensing, education, and digital publishing. Subsequently, it is slated to be a venue that will display a new type of high-level cross media. China, Japan, South Korea and France are some of the nationalities that represent the various participating companies, and it is the only book fair that targets industry professionals. 

In addition to the conventional exhibition area that introduces Chinese literature, we would be able to experience an evolutionary book fair that is characterized by the integration of publishing firms and business partners (movies, TV, multi-media, IP licensing) using new technology.

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