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Israeli tech, culture salon opened

An Israeli technology and culture salon was unveiled at the China-Israel Innovation Hub yesterday to help entrepreneurs and employees.

The salon includes an exhibition hall along with art experiences, interactivity and recreational space.

A shared book shelf has received the first batch of donations from companies and employees based in the hub. The books are mainly on the global economy, religion and culture.

A “Nature calls” art exhibition launched yesterday will be followed by other events on Israeli food and Chinese tea culture.

The opening of the innovation hub last December was a major step in Shanghai’s implementation of a national strategy to promote Chinese and Israeli scientific and technological innovation.

The first batch of 20 companies or institutions, 10 from Israel, are based at the hub on the former site of the Shanghai Hero Pen Factory in northwest downtown, now renamed Hero World.

Another eight companies from home and abroad signed up yesterday, thanks to the considerate services offered by the hub’s operators during the coronavirus outbreak, said Gu Jun, deputy Party secretary of Putuo.

Mantis Vision from Israel is among the newly signed enterprises.

Mantis Vision has established a wholly owned subsidiary in cooperation with domestic firms such as Xiaomi, Baidu, Ant Finance and SF Courier. It plans to take part in 5G development by collaborating with major carriers such as China Mobile and China Unicom.


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