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KideX-2010 exhibition in India focuses on kids

11-25-2010 09:02 BJT

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Children were the focus at the three-day KideX-2010 exhibition in Chennai in southern India. Hosted by the Confederation of Indian Industry, the exhibition was designed to build a sustainable market advantage to the industries catering to the needs of children.

More than 75 companies exhibited their products and services at the third edition of KideX, held from Friday to Sunday.

Several schools took an active part in quiz competitions and tests in different skills.

This year's KideX witnessed participation of several Asian countries and regions like China, Singapore, Malaysia,Japan,Indonesia and Chinese Taipei.

A robot made by the Japanese Learning System Company was a major attraction.

Masao Ishihara, president of Learning System Company, said, "Robot is of course is interesting for everyone because its just fun to see and a fun to play with. But actually there are many things under; if you want to play you need to learn many things. That's what we expect children to do."

The objective of this exhibition was to facilitate the future generation to be competitive, competent and form an integral part of the overall development of the country.

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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