I’m excited to be in Beijing this week for the inaugural Chinese Web Design Expo, where we’re all going to meet up to do web design with each other.
I’m looking forward to the fun of this meetup, as well as meeting designers, developers, designers, and other designers.
It’s going to be great to talk with you and build something together.
The event is being hosted by China’s largest online marketer of Web design services, WeChat, which is also hosting the first China Web Design Convention, this October, and the second China Web and Internet Design Expo in 2017.
As with all events like these, you can join the fun.
WeChat has been offering free event tickets for the past two years.
For the first time, we’re also allowing our members to participate in the event, which means we can offer you tickets for free to participate and to connect with the participants.
You can go to the WeChat Events Center and apply for a ticket for the conference.
This year, we’ll be offering more tickets and you can apply from June 17 to July 8.
If you apply, you’ll receive an email that you’ll be notified by the end of the month when you’ll get your ticket.
If the event is successful, you will also be able to participate as a participant in the conference, as an observer, and as an audience.
For this reason, we are going to invite you to participate, as we want to see the world and meet the world, so that you can learn more about the Chinese Web and the people behind it.
I have two things to say about this event.
First, we have two main topics for you to watch for: one is the conference itself, and then the web design competition.
The conference itself is going to focus on the web as an artistic medium, as opposed to as a digital medium, and we’re going to use web design to bring this together.
This is the focus of the conference: we’ll have panels on web design as an art form and as a technology, and on web accessibility as an important part of web design.
We’ll also have the first ever China Web Designer Contest, which will be held in Beijing.
This will be the first event for Chinese designers to compete in the web designer competition, which we’ll also be featuring on our website.
So, if you’ve been looking forward this year to learn more, you’re in luck.
The second thing you’ll want to know is that we’ll make an announcement as soon as the conference ends.
For those of you who have a question, we will have a general Q&A session that will be moderated by the speakers, so if you’re curious about the web and the Chinese design scene, you should feel free to ask.
You’ll be able see more of the China Web Expo in person on June 23 and June 25, but we’ll keep you posted as to when that will happen.
For the rest of you, we hope you will be able meet the Chinese designers and designers from other parts of the world at the conference and be able get a feel for the Chinese web and web designers from all over the world.
And of course, I’m so glad to be able do this with so many talented designers from the United States and from Europe, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Japan, and elsewhere.
We hope to see you there!
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