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Dalian China Economy Forum to open
The Dalian China Economy Forum will kick off in Dalian, a port city of northeast China's Liaoning province on May 26, 2012.

Luxury jewelry and art displayed in Dalian
The Third Overseas Chinese Jewelry and Luxury Art Expo was held at the Dalian Xinghai Exhibition Center on May 3, 2012. Covering an area of 15,000 square meters, this jewelry expo has nearly 600 booths and will last until May 7.

The 14th Shuishiying Commerce and Cultural Festival opens in Lushun
The 14th Shuishiying Commerce and Cultural Festival at Lushun opened on May 5, 2012 in Dalian. The four-day event will attract over 1,000 exhibitors from northeast and north China and the southern Liaoniang area to take part in the sales exhibition.

Dalian Auto Trade Fair comes to successful end
The 2012 China (Dalian) Auto Trade Fair and Auto Accessories Expo concluded at the Dalian World Expo Center on May 2, 2012.

Auto trade fair kicks off in Dalian
The 2012 China (Dalian) Auto Trade Fair and Auto Accessories Expo kicked off at the Dalian World Expo Center on April 28, 2012. The five-day fair will attract more than 50 auto brands and producers as well as over ten auto venders to participate.

Dalian International Walking Festival to kick off in May
The 10th Dalian International Walking Festival will be held in Dalian from May 19 to 20, 2012.The main venue will be set at the Xinghai Square and the sub-venue is at the National Tourism Holiday Resort at the Golden Pebble Beach.

Azalea festival opens in Dalian
The city's azalea festival kicked off at Zhuanghe, Dalian, Liaoning province on April 23, 2012. The flower season will last until mid-May and the best time for appreciating the azalea is expected to be the three-day May Day holiday.

Dalian Venture Projects Fair ends
The 10th Dalian Venture Projects Fair concluded at the Dalian Xinghai Convention and Exhibition Center on April 22, 2012. The three-day fair attracted over 35,000 local residents.