CHENGDU, China, Dec. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Maker Faire is an event created by Make magazine to "celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset," which originated from America. This is the first time Maker Faire has come to western China.
Maker Faire, held in the Chengdu eastern park on December 3rd, included 100 boutiques creative booth, 30 workshops, 20 artistic performances. Meanwhile, Maker Faire invited a lot of world makers from all over the world to Chengdu to share the inspiration of creativity, which attracted more than 130,000 people.
As the biggest maker gathering in the world, Maker Faire has become more and more popular with the youth. Chaihuo Maker Culture Communication Co Ltd is authorized by Maker Faire organizers in China; Shenzhen is the first city in China to hold this activity, and Chengdu is the second city.
Maker Faire in Chengdu included creative fairs, forum, workshops and performances. Pan Hao, the founder of Chaihuo Maker Space, who thinks "enjoyment" is the most important thing in the field of technology. 14 leaders from the technological field made a significant speech on the forum.
Dale Dougherty, the founder of "Make" magazine and the Maker Faire event, said: "Everybody is a creator, through combining art and technology, we can create the new lifestyle." In his opinion, the atmosphere of making has existed in Chengdu; Maker Faire plans to be held every year in Chengdu, and more people will get more opportunities to enjoy the creation.
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SOURCE Chaihuo Maker Culture Communication Co Ltd.