Culture News Southern

Mini Cultural Show staged APEC Delegates

By Rosemary Yambune, EMTV Cadet Journalist – student


Craft markets and traditional dancers, displayed their works for APEC delegates who visited the Jack Pidik Park today (18 November, 2018).

The mini cultural show also brought good news for art and craft sellers in Port Moresby who do not have formal market space, to sell.

More than 100 Arts and Crafts sellers put up their products for display at the Jack Pidik Park in Port Moresby.

The event was open was open to the public and especially for visiting APEC Delegates.

Sellers at the Mini cultural show said they have seen many customers from the international community.

Most of whom wished to buy their products as souvenirs but were concern about getting them through customs.

The mini cultural show also welcomed some good news from Governor Parkop who said he would open an Arts and Crafts market in the city.

Related posts

EMTV Entertainment Battle of Two Seasons | Top 8

EMTV Online

Native American tribes in Canada, U.S. to sign treaty to protect Yellowstone grizzlies


Parkop on school spacing

EMTV Online
error: Content is protected !!