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13 February 2018

Cold Winter, Warm Gathering: 90 attend TEA mixer in Beijing Feb 8

The first Beijing mixer of 2018 organized by the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) Asia Pacific Division was a success, attracting some 90 professionals on Feb. 8, at Home Plate BBQ Sanlitun.

The attendees represented design companies, developers, investors, theme park operators, equipment suppliers, scientific and technology companies, tourism companies, distributors etc. Company leaders from Sanderson Group, Riverside Group, Thinkwell Asia, Universal Parks & Resorts were among them. 

Addressing the group, TEA Asia Pacific Division president Mr. Thomas Megna spoke of plans for a robust calendar of events in 2018. 

As the mixer coincided with the Chinese lunar year, there was a festive atmosphere that contributed to a good environment for networking and communication.

Many thanks to our sponsor, Panasonic, for making this event possible. We look forward to more such collaboration in future.

 

Posted by Judy Rubin

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