Chinese and Arab Incense Culture 2024 Conference at Al Shindagha Museum

The conference showcased a diverse range of incense products and artefacts, highlighting the cultural significance and craftsmanship behind each scent

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Published: Mon 13 May 2024, 4:22 PM

Al Shindagha Museum’s Community Hall was infused with the enchanting scents of the Chinese and Arab Incense Culture 2024 Conference on April 27. The event, a fusion of aromatic traditions, provided participant companies with an immersive experience into the world of incense. From the soothing fragrance of sandalwood to the captivating allure of oud, participants embarked on a sensory journey steeped in tradition and heritage.

The conference showcased a diverse range of incense products and artefacts, highlighting the cultural significance and craftsmanship behind each scent. With the participation of 50 esteemed companies from China, Turkey, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, the event served as a platform for cross-cultural exchange and collaboration.


Attendees had the opportunity to engage with industry experts, artisans, and enthusiasts, gaining insight into the rich history and modern applications of incense. "We are thrilled by the overwhelming response to the Chinese and Arab Incense Culture 2024 exhibition,” said Elissa Zhang, director. "The event underscored the importance of preserving and celebrating our cultural heritage. It was inspiring to witness the convergence of diverse cultures united by a shared appreciation for incense."

Sadiq Wahab, founder and CEO, HRConnex, added: "We are honoured to have contributed to the success of this remarkable exhibition. Collaborating with the Al Shindagha Museum team to bring the Chinese and Arab Incense Culture 2024 to life was a rewarding experience. We believe in the power of events to promote cultural understanding and are delighted to have played a part in showcasing the beauty and significance of incense traditions."


The conference also featured interactive workshops, live demonstrations, and informative sessions, offering participating companies a deeper understanding of the artistry and significance of incense in Chinese and Arab cultures.

For more information and highlights from the event, follow @hrconnex.ae and @ccps_incense on Instagram.


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