China Education Expo 2017 Receives Extensive Attention and Was Reported by CCTV Evening News

China Education Expo 2017 opened in Beijing on October 21st. As the largest and most standardized international education expo in China, the Expo has received strong support from a large number of authoritative educational institutions and foreign embassies and consulates in China and attracted a total of 630 overseas institutions and educational institutions from nearly 40 countries. Among them, exhibition pavilions from 20 countries made wonderful debut. The number and size of exhibition pavilions have set a new record. Canada, the Country of Honor of the Expo, has organized the largest national pavilion in the history of the Education Expo with more than 130 educational institutions and relevant service agencies at all levels attending the Expo. In addition, colleges and universities in countries along the Belt and Road have been enthusiastic about joining the Expo. This year, the Expo has newly set an area for post-studying-aboard service. The Expo received more than 16,000 visitors on the first day and it is expected that nearly 20,000 people will visit the Expo on the second day. The Expo will also be held in Chengdu, Guangzhou and Shanghai next week. It is estimated that over 50,000 visitors will be attracted. The Country of Honor for China Education Expo 2018 will be Russia.

At the same time, the China Education Expo 2017 has also received attention of China Central Television (CCTV), China's leading television media. CCTV Evening News, the most-watched half-an-hour news program in the world, made a special report on the Expo.