The Europe-China One Belt One Road Culture & Tourism Development Committee organized an event to celebrate their first year of existence, at the Tangla Hotel in Brussels, on December 7th, 2016. Taking place in the framework of the One Belt One Road initiative, this committee aims to consolidate a network of top-level Chinese and European partners active in touristic and cultural aspects of diplomacy, business and politics. The Committee is willing to become a crossroad platform for touristic and cultural initiatives, both in Europe and in China.
Atlas International Culture also became the strategic partner of the OBOR Committee in 2016, and our cooperation formed a strong foundation to build and organize the 2nd China Arts Festival in the EU.
The close of the 2nd China Arts Festival in the EU was announced during the OBOR Committe’s First Anniversary celebrations. Atlas International Culture mainly took care of some marketing and advertisement for the festival, guest management (registrations, goodies bags, etc) and translation services for the event.