‘FAR EAST STREET’ EXHIBITION

 Ajax Bay Promenade (FEFU campus)
 3–6 September, 08:00–00:00
 7–8 September, 09:00–21:00

The ‘Far East Street’ exhibition focuses on the unique features of the 11 regions of the Far East, their economic potential, tourist opportunities, cultural traditions, and investment projects.

With the support of the Ministry of Agriculture, the exhibition features the Taiga Crafts Festival and a Fish Market where visitors can learn more about the cuisine of Far East regions.

‘Russky Island: Youth. Science. Innovations’ pavilion brings together young scientists from FEFU and the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and representatives of state corporations and major IT companies. They talk about scientific development and potential pilot projects for the state-owned engineering corporations’ research centres currently being established on Russky Island.

The pavilion of the Ministry of Natural Resources features interactive zones called ‘Subsoil Resources of the Far East’, ‘Forests of the Far East’, and ‘Environment’.

Visitors can learn about key investment projects and facilities in the Far Eastern Federal District, projects on the development of ecological tourism, and ways to enhance the investment appeal of specially protected natural territories.

The Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East and the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic present the ‘Far Eastern Village’ exhibition. Guests can get acquainted with the ‘Far Eastern Hectare’ programme and the most promising projects implemented as part of it.

There is also a fair featuring products from the Hectares. At the ‘Far East Street’ exhibition, daily concert programmes from the constituent entities of the Far Eastern Federal District will take place, as well as screenings of Russian box-office hits, and a cooking art contest called ‘Far East Street Master Chef’.

In addition, a charm and talent contest called ‘The Beauty of the Far East 2019’ will take place the framework of the exhibition.

The sporting programme of the exhibition includes the sailing regatta, the International Mas-Wrestling Tournament, and the Far Eastern Territories’ Games. Separate pavilions accomodate the Universal Russian Go Federation Venue and the Russian-Japanese house of Sumo.

To exhibition website