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CSCEC Unveils Central Asia Park: A New Platform for Economic and Cultural Exchange

Central Asia Park, constructed by the Northwest Regional Headquarters of China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC), recently opened in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, marking the first anniversary of the China-Central Asia Summit.

Central Asia Park is designed with the concepts of “green, open, inclusive, innovative, and economical”, following the themes of the China-Central Asia Summit and the Belt and Road Initiative. It incorporates Central Asian cultural elements and features in three main functional areas: a Silk Road reception Hall, a landscape area, and a Central Asian-themed dining area. It serves as an important platform for cultural economic and trade exchanges between countries and regions involved in the Belt and Road Initiative.

The park is adjacent to the summit venue and lies close to the Xi’an International Convention and Exhibition Center. It stretches 1.6 kilometers in length and 400 meters in width, and covers an area of about 800 acres.

The park features water landscapes and rich Silk Road cultural elements. The team from CSCEC designed and constructed the park based on the topographical characteristics of the Bahe River banks, incorporating modern landscaping techniques. They made use of existing construction and natural resources to promote coexistence between humans and nature.

The park is adorned with three groups of exotic sculptures from along the Silk Road, symbolizing exchange and cooperation between China and Central Asian countries in various fields, and featuring elements of Central Asian cultural heritage such as deserts, camels, and silk, and the friendship between China and foreign countries.

The Silk Road Hall, covering an area of 2,800 square meters, provides a one-stop platform for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Its main functions are showcasing cultural exchanges between China and Central Asia, facilitating business negotiations, promoting tourism, selling goods, and offering unique dining experiences.

The Hall features various sections, including areas for Central Asian imported goods, clothing exhibitions, tea showcases, art displays, crafts and jewelry, a tourism roadshow center, and a Central Asian themed restaurant. With over 1,000 types of imported goods available, visitors can immerse themselves in the exotic atmosphere and shop for unique products.

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