The "Sino-Israel Water Technology Chengdu Seminar" will be held on coming Friday in Chengdu, capital of Southwest China's Sichuan province.

Organized by the Consulate General of Israel in Chengdu, China, with National Business Daily being one of the undertakers, the seminar is expected to further promote the two countries' technical exchanges and cooperation in the field of water technology.

Mr. Hezi Bilik, Water Israel Water Authority's Contamination Prevention Regulator and Water Technologies Promoter, will give a keynote speech on "global development trend on advanced water technology" at the seminar. Israel's top water tech companies also prepare the roadshows to display their newly developed results.

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Israel. During Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to China this March, the two countries announced an innovative comprehensive partnership.

Israel's water sphere has also gained more and more attention from China --  founded on a dry strip of land smaller than New Hampshire, saddled with absorbing millions of immigrants, Israel has been worried about water for a very long time. Today, it leads the way in solving problems of water supply, spearheading efforts to deal with water leakage, farming efficiency, recycling waste, desalination, pricing policy, and education. This has resulted in a water revolution unlike anywhere else on earth; a revolution not just of technology, but of thought, policy, and culture. 

Editor: Li Jia