LOS ANGELES, July 2 -- Los Angeles-Beijing Creative Industry Park, the first U.S.-based Chinese culture industry park, opened Tuesday in Burbank, Los Angeles.
During his stay in Los Angeles, Cai Wu, China's Culture Minister, visited the park.
Noting that the United States has advantage in technology and culture creativity, Cai voiced the hope that Chinese enterprises will learn from its American counterparts to enhance China's capacity for innovation.
David W. Gordon, Mayor of Burbank, referred to the launch of the park as an "outstanding opportunity" for the two sides to work together.
"From what I understand, it is a very impressive project, it brings together many of the things we are very interested here in Burbank -- education, training, careers, technique, in the field of entertainment industry," Gordon told Xinhua.
The park has gathered a number of influential companies in entertainment industry such as Technicolor Inc., Formosa Interactive and Marza Animation.