FOR TRADERS TODAY 2.30pm - 5.30pm International Tea Industry Conference, jointly organised with Chinese Tea Culture International Exchange Association. Speakers Yang Shengjun, vice-president, China Chamber of Commerce for import and export of foodstuffs, native produce and animal by-products; Simon Wong, chairman, Association of Coffee and Tea of Hong Kong, and chairman, Hong Kong Food Council; Wei Wei, assistant general manager, Beijing Wu Yu Tai Tea Company; Thomas Lee, founder, Fook Ming Tong, Hong Kong; Darren Williams, representative of Fortnum & Mason, Britain; Malin Goonetileke, chief executive officer, the Planters' Association of Ceylon, Sri Lanka. Venue Seminar Room, Hall 3D Concourse. The conference will be divided into 2 topics: Tips for entering the fast-growing mainland market and from local to international success: stories of global tea enterprises. Conducted in English/Putonghua and there will be three speakers for each topic. TOMORROW 3.30pm - 5pm Seminar on brand building of Asian tea labels Speakers Representatives from Wing Wah Food Manufactory (HK), Yunnan Haiwan Tea Industry (the mainland), Seiryo (Japan) and Mabroc Teas (Sri Lanka) Venue Seminar Room, Hall 3D Concourse FOR THE PUBLIC SATURDAY 11am- 6.45pm Tea Forum series Venue Seminar Room, Hall 3D Concourse 11am - 11.45am From drinking tea to healthy life 12noon - 12.45pm Investment value of puer 1pm - 1.45pm Superior of tea - the introduction of Chinese oolong tea 2pm - 2.45pm Unique tea culture in Hong Kong 3pm - 3.45pm Perfect match of tea and cuisine 4pm - 4.45pm Wellness of tea 5pm - 5.45pm Modern tea culture in Hong Kong 6pm - 6.45pm The origin and development of puer tea 2.30pm - 4.30pm Final round of kamcha competition (Hong Kong-style milk tea) Venue Tea Gallery, Hall 3C The first kamcha competition is organised by the Association of Coffee and Tea of Hong Kong to promote Hong Kong-style milk tea culture to different countries. There will be two categories in the competition: individual group and company group. Any person aged 18 and above can participate in the individual group. All applicants of the company group must be nominated by a company. Participants in each category must make a cup of milk tea to compete for the championship. 5pm - 5.30pm Award presentation: The most beloved tea Venue Tea Gallery, Hall 3C The most beloved tea is a voting game that allows the public and traders to participate in. There will also be a media choice award for local and overseas media. There will be four categories in each game: black tea, oolong tea, green tea and white tea. Visitors are welcome to choose their favourite tea in each of the categories.