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25 May 2010

Twinning : Saint-Germain-Des-Prés / Shanghai

Twinning with Huaihai Lu in Shanghai.

The Saint-Germain-des-Prés Committee welcomed to Saint-Germain-des-Prés the members of the delegation from Huaihai Lu (a district of Shanghai) in order to show them the mythical places and numerous shops of the district and to present the Committee's actions.

After a moment of exchange at the Town Hall of the 6th arrondissement and awareness by each of the Committees of the shared affinities and values, a memorandum of understanding was concluded for a signature of cooperation between the two Committees in Shanghai.

6 May 2010 - Signing of the Partnership

The partnership was concluded on 6 May 2010, during the visit of the Comité Saint-Germain-des-Prés to Huaihai Lu, at the time of the Shanghai World Expo.

This twinning marks the beginning of a cooperation between the two districts with the aim of promoting and strengthening economic and cultural exchanges between Paris and Shanghai.

September 2011 - Saint-Germain-des-Prés photo exhibition in Shanghai

The 2011 International Twinned Shopping Street Photo Exhibition took place in September 2011.

The exhibition presented photos of the three twinned streets: Huai Hai Lu Street (Shanghai), Omotesando Street (Tokyo) and Boulevard Saint-Germain-des-Prés (Paris) with the aim of promoting cultural exchanges and friendship between these partners.

"2011 "国际友好街区时尚橱窗展 "活动

简 介

Presentation of the International Exhibition of Shop Window Photos of Twinned Streets 2011

在淮海中路商业街110周年国际商业论坛上,卢湾区商业联合会、淮海路经济发展促进会、卢湾区旅游协会与圣日尔曼大街管理委员会和东京表参道管理委员会结为友好。

During the International Trade Forum celebrating the 110th Anniversary of the foundation of Shanghai Huai Hai Lu Street, the Luwan District Trade Federation, the Huai Hai Lu Committee, the Luwan District Tourism Association, the French Saint Germain des Prés Committee of Paris and the Japanese Omotesando Committee of Tokyo established a relationship of exchange and friendship.

淮海路、圣日尔曼大街、表参道是三条富有时尚活力的商业街,提升生活品质、营造消费情趣、引领潮流时尚是其共同的发展主题,而商业街的橱窗正是这一主题展示的综合载体。因此,我们想三条街市的时尚商业橱窗为交流切入点,加强国际合作,展开互动学习交流。

Shanghai's Hai Hai Lu, Paris' Boulevard Saint Germain des Prés and Tokyo's Omotesando Street are three dynamic shopping streets with a concentration of fashion businesses. The theme of raising the quality of life, creating a pleasant shopping environment and guiding fashion trends are the common theme of their development. It is precisely the shop windows that generally convey the meaning of the theme. For this reason, we have chosen the shop windows of these three shopping streets as exchange niches, with the aim of strengthening international cooperation and learning from each other's experiences.

Press release of the Huai Hai Lu Committee

5 November 2011 - Signing of the cooperation agreement with the world's largest avenues

The Comité Saint-Germain-des-Prés has also signed a cooperation agreement with the world's leading avenues:

  • Huaihai Lu (Shanghai district)
  • Luwan district (Shanghai district)
  • Omotesando (Tokyo district)
Huaihai Lu
Luwan
Omotesando

16 December 2013 - Meeting with the new Chairman of the Huaihai Road Committee in Shanghai

The President of the Comité Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Miroslav Siljegovic, and the General Delegate, Monique Mouroux, went to Shanghai to meet the new President of the Huaihai Road Committee, Zhong Jia Su.

The meeting was very fruitful and interesting.

New cultural exchange projects were discussed and the president of the Huaihai Road Committee will come to Saint-Germain-des-Prés in May 2014.

"您的来信已经收到,我也深感荣幸的结识了您和会长先生。

I received your email. I too was honoured to meet you and the Chairman of your committee.

我非常同意您的建议,在2014年中法建交50周年之际,两个协会能有一项交流内容。

I fully agree with your proposals: on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and France, our two committees should create an event in the framework of exchanges between us.

钟家苏

ZHONG Jiasu

淮海路促进会

Chairman of the Shanghai Huai Hai Lu Committee

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