By Rayon Lakingu – EMTV News, Port Moresby
The Sir John Guise stadium was packed with stalls and varieties of locally made products on display.
Customers also browsed through the stalls to get an idea of different products, and how they are made.
A stall owner, Julia Kusunan from Milne Bay province says, she has been helping people from her village finding markets for their artifacts.
And send the money back to the people, which help cash flow back in the village.
Locally made artifacts at the expo, ranges from ear rings, arm bands, meri blouse, bilums, baskets and many more.
Another stall owner, Eva Arni was also there to show case her locally made body scrubs and body creams.
Eva a former EMTV News anchor, now has a full time job with Air Niugini, and is encouraging the people to not only depend on their fortnightly salary but also do something to benefit them.
The Expo is to promote locally made artifacts, and to provide a market for them.
So that people can benefit from their locally made artifacts.