The (auto) show goes on in Beijing.

By Mark Andrews

Car Design News. 28/09/2020

Face masks aside the opening of the Beijing Auto show hinted that normal service has resumed, at least in China.
The Beijing Auto Show was an early casualty of coronavirus having originally been scheduled for April. That the show opened is vindication of how effective China’s containment of Covid-19 has been. Even a second wave that directly affected Beijing around mid-June did not lead to the show’s cancellation. It is in fact the only major international show to have taken place in 2020.

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