jeudi 31 juillet 2014

Kingdom of Bahrain pavilion project at Expo 2015 Milano

Bahrain Minister of Culture Participates in Expo Milan 2015 Preparatory Workshop

Traditional travelers, tourists interested in the challenges of nutrition, and lovers of art and good food: from May 1st to October 31st 2015, more than 20 million visitors, inspired by the most diverse interests, will be heading to Milan to discover opportunities and innovations offered by the theme “Feeding the planet. Energy for Life”. Bahrain’s Minister of Culture, H.E Shaikha Mai bint Mohammed Al Khalifa, recently participated in the preparatory working sessions and primary workshops on Expo Milano 2015.

The Minister of Culture’s participation in these sessions included a field visit and an inspection of the site of the Bahrain pavilion, expected to be completed in March, 2015. H.E expressed her delight at the Kingdom’s participation in Expo Milano 2015, saying “We share with the world its greatest challenges, it’s our role as a Ministry of Culture to understand the issues and obstacles faced by others and contribute to finding sustainable humane solutions.” H.E also added saying “Today we have an effective food security contribution, a leading role in the one of the biggest events, along with 53 other countries. Thus, we share our local experience with others, which makes us more connected to the set of ideas proposed by each other, and will enable us to work together to make the world a better place.”

Preparatory working sessions for Expo Milan 2015 represent a detailed series of plans and schedules concerning the delegations’ current and future positions, follow up procedures, and steps to be taken to organize multiple accompanying events. The Expo will discuss issues related to nutrition and sustainable development, a point of reference for experts from around the world, where to study, how to resolve issues related to the environment and food security, and reduce the imbalance of energy and food resources around the world. Expo Milano 2015 is preparing to welcome 147 participant countries and international organizations, civil organizations, and companies, called to propose specific solutions to ensure every single person the right to a sufficient, healthy, and safe nutrition, to guarantee environmental, social, and economic sustainability of the food industry. The goal, and first great innovation, of Expo Milano 2015 is to prioritise not the material heritage of the Universal Exposition, but the intangible legacies, drawing guidelines to tackle the food challenges of the next millennium.

The national pavilions of Expo 2015 overlooking World Avenue are all “self-built” by their participants, skillfully interpreting the themes of food safety and sustainable development both from a scientific and technological point of view. As its aims to demonstrate, this Expo - dedicated to food safety, security and quality- is intended to stimulate the regional and national economies and showcase Italy's, and Milan's, outstanding qualities when it comes to food. The quality of the Italian cuisine is well known and appreciated all over the world. Italian food is loved because it is healthy; it is authentic, because Italians' passion for the quality and taste of food, their regional cuisine and produce, the country's biodiversity and the health of its people and animals are all part of the Italian culture of living well. Padiglione Italia will be conceived as an innovative, unprecedented, surprising and unique space, an Italian participation, which is designed to harmonize with the efforts of Expo Milano 2015 in addressing the complex and universal question of food, from an historical, cultural, anthropological, medical, technical, scientific, economic and ecological perspective.

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