InnoTech Expo 2016 provided visitors with a closer look at the modules of the Long March carrier rockets, as well as parts from the Chang’e lunar probes and the Shenzhou manned spacecraft. The exhibition, which was held between September 24 and October 1 in Hong Kong, showcased the achievements the Chinese Mainland and Hong Kong made in the areas of science and technology. The exhibition proudly displayed numerous breakthrough technologies, with the hope that the public, and more importantly the young, would better understand and be inspired by these areas. So how is the future of China’s R&D looking like? Joining the discussion are Professor Zhang Fan from Beijing Normal University, Professor Tony Chan, an advisor for InnoTech Expo, as well as Robert Koepp from The Economist Corporate Network in Beijing.
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