2023 Rainy Market Fair final day packed with visitors

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Crowds are seen at the 2023 Monsoon Market Fair showcasing industrial products and electric vehicles (EVs) at People’s Square in Yangon yesterday.  PHOTO : Zaw Min Lat

People flocked to the last-day exhibition of 2023 Rainy Market Fair, Industrial Product Exhibition and Electric Vehicle (EV) Exhibition held in the People’s Square in Yangon yesterday. E-Sport Game booths and Entertainment Zone and Water Fountain Garden were mostly packed with visitors while others went to EV booths. The visitors to the fair also bought industrial goods.
Over the course of three days, the Yangon Region government served 5,000 fruit-biryani packs to the guests, along with beverages from the Pepsi Company. Many visitors to the fair were happy to enjoy rice and curries sold at a low price arranged by the Yangon Region government.
Here is the collection of the voices of the visitors to the 2023 Rainy Market Fair, Industrial Product Exhibition and Electric Vehicle (EV) Exhibition.
U Ye Maung (Chief Operation Officer-Asia Pacific Automaker Corp)
“We are giving a message on how we can supply EVs of higher models in this fair. We will sell our EVs under safety measures. Some motorists want to replace their vehicles using CNG and gasoline with EVs.
“Consumers who were already aware of the advantages of EVs contacted us to ask when and where the EVs would be sold. We will sell EVs on a quota basis.
“We organized an EV show in Nay Pyi Taw where our potential customers gained knowledge of pros and cons of EVs. And that led them to send orders to us. Using EVs may contribute to our country’s environmental conservation efforts”.
U Ye Phyo Naing (Deputy Staff Officer, Taikkyi Township General Administration Department)
“Under the supervision of the Yangon Region government, we are providing fruit-biryani to visitors of the fair for free. We stated donating 5,000 biryani packs a day from 4 August and today is the third day. We are happy to see the visitors enjoying our food among thriving visitors of the fair”.
Maung Chit Win Aung (a university student)
“Today is a holiday and I come to visit the fair to check out the E-Sport Game, which my friends referred it to be very interesting. Gaming can make me concentrate on a particular thing without distraction and I use to play games in my spare times or when I feel fatigue. Younger generations can meet good opportunities if they can employ the technology properly and participate in international game competitions”.
Ma Thin Thiri Khine (a student)
“I love music entertainment by singers and dancers more than games in this fair. I enjoy foods here and also buy books and garments. I took a documentary photo with the models at EV showroom. The performances of famous singers at Entertainment Zone give me great joy. I extend my gratitude to the organizers of the show”.
Daw Khin Yi (a 74-year-old visitor to the fair)
“I live in Dagon Township. Today is the third day I purchase edible oil. I am very grateful to the Yangon Region government and the Myanmar Edible Oil Traders and Edible Oil Manufacturers Association. The oil price here is much cheaper than any other places, and I am happy to buy it in a queue system”.
Ma Moe Moe (a visitor to the fair)
I am happy to see donations of food in my visit here to purchase edible oil. I ate fruit-biryani with my friends. We also ate rice and curries sold by the Yangon Region government at an affordable price, and the price is equal to just a price of a salad. The curries are delicious and we ate our full. I hope all the visitors to the expo will be happy like me as the foods are available at a low price.” — Nyein Thu (MNA)/TH

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