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Organisers pray for ‘cooler heads’ after clashes grip HK
HKECIA’s Stuart Bailey says industry counting on Hong Kong’s summer of discontent giving way to calmer trade-show season MORE
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4,000 Chinese incentive qualifiers heading to Brisbane
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Great Wall stays
Groups now have more event and accommodation options along China’s historic marvel – and even a rare chance to view the ancient wonder by helicopter. Mark Graham reports MORE
Daegu breaks ground for EXCO centre’s second exhibition hall
Korea’s third largest city, Daegu is the centre of tourism and culture in Korea’s south east; World Gas Conference to be held in 2021 MORE
Park-life: try these fun attractions for group buyouts
More theme parks are making their space available for corporate hire. We select four, from Melbourne and Gold Coast to Hong Kong MORE
Going live with 5G
China leads the way in fifth-generation mobile technology and the higher speeds it brings has immense potential for events. Yet it’s mired in controversy. Steve Cray reports MORE
Constructing a creative collaboration
Producers are under more pressure to deliver amazing events in a competitive market. Meri Took shares tips on ensuring quality, integrity and business survival MORE
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Tasting Australia’s ‘Top End’
Singapore buyers flew to the inaugural Meet Darwin International to sample what the Northern Territory has to offer, from flying medics and ranches to native cuisine MORE
Better tunnel vision
Italy’s labyrinths go back a long way. So does its architecture and culture. AIM Group blended it all for the World Tunnel Congress MORE
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Creating unity from disruption
Advocacy, content and engagement are vital if associations and members are to survive the seas of change, says Aloysius Arlando MORE
When you wish upon events
Disney’s Karen Kwan tells of Ed Sheeran downpours and corporate buyouts at the theme park MORE
Show Off
Colourful events mark the latest Show Off

FROM the blue tones of Hilton in Beijing to a Red Velvet guest in Macau, our latest Show Off is full of colour and excitement. Do you have a colourful event you’d like to share? If so, click the orange Show Off link above and follow the simple on-screen instructions. You can also click the link to view other recent Show Off submissions. In picture order: 


RIVIERA Events produced a 25th anniversary soiree for Hilton Beijing, working the brand’s blue tones into much of the event. The hotel also used the occasion to debut a refreshed look to the property.


ICC Sydney was the venue for the RoboCup, which saw 300 teams from 40 countries test their robotics and AI skills through robot soccer matches. The event also saw robots competing in industrial challenges and search-and- rescue competitions.


PICO put space at Hangzhou International Expo Centre into gear for the All New Lexus UX National Launch. Zones created by the brand activation agency included a metropolitan-themed mingle area and a dramatic “wilderness” experience. The nearly 600 guests also gained an insight into the Lexus brand’s roots in Japanese-style luxury with a Takumi craftsmanship workshop.


CHEFS at Impact Exhibition and Convention Centre in Bangkok are not resting on their laurels after the success of the venue’s indoor and offsite catering. Executive chef Ng Wai Meng says the kitchen will be pushing standards even higher with creative dishes, sourcing organic food and much more.


MEETING and incentive professionals in Macau welcomed Cindy Lo, president and event strategist of Red Velvet Events in California. The Macau Incentive and Special Events Association also announced new board members during the evening at MGM Cotai.


Submitted on 26 Jul 2019
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