The Mediterranean diet has been recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. To pay tribute to this, the event calendar includes an online cooking shows, performed by Chef Alessandro Circiello, Spokesperson of Italian Federation of Chefs, with the partnership of web magazine Cucine d’Italia.
Each exhibitor and event partner has the possibility, on request, to insert its own interview, carried out by selected journalistic companies, within the interview corner. The material will not only have greater visibility but can be a valid content for promotion on social networks.
During the event, a territory of the New Silk Road has been chosen by the Italian Obor Institute to be the Guest of Honour at the Belt and Road Exhibition 2021.
The Tuscany Region stands out for the promotion, communication and enhancement of its cultural heritage, tourism and lifestyle through innovative and effective tools (Project Smart China).
During the event will take place the digital signing of friendship pacts between cities and regions of countries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative.
This initiative, developed in collaboration with ANCI and CPAFFC as institutional partners of the event, aims to be the prelude to possible future collaborations and twinning between the signatories
During the Belt and Road Exhibition 2021, the Italian OBOR Institute will present the "Belt and Road Award".
The award is dedicated to companies, cities, provinces, museums, businesses, people and town ambassadors who have best interpreted the themes of inclusion and cultural and tourism exchange with other countries along the New Silk Road.
The Belt and Road Award Ceremony will take place on 15th April.