If you don’t know how to go to the conference center, just flag a taxi and tell the driver that you want to go to the Jinyang International Conference Center. You probably will have to say it in Chinese:
The China-Guizhou International Alcoholic Beverages Expo opens September 9 and brings winery people, wine lovers and tourists together in Guiyang, the Capital of Guizhou Province. China is a big producer and consumer of alcohol and Guizhou is the home of Moutai, the national liquor of China. Guizhou is also one of the most beautiful provinces of China, with abundant water, mountains, forests, and minority peoples, with their traditional customs, costumes, and rituals. It is a world class tourist destination, that remains remarkably unspoiled. This conference brings people from wineries all over the world, including: South America, Europe, the USA, Mexico, Australia, and, of course, Asia. According to China Daily, as of August 31, 2014, (http://guizhou.chinadaily.com.cn/2014-09/01/content_18526032.htm ) more than 1,400 exhibitors from China and abroad have confirmed their attendance at the fourth China-Guizhou International Alcoholic Beverages Expo. This year’s Expo has attracted over 900 overseas exhibitors accounting for 64 percent of the total number of exhibitors, according to the organizing committee office. There are also 500 domestic exhibitors like Moutai, Wuninagye Liquor, Luzhou Laojiao, Yanjing Beer and Qingdao Beer. Meanwhile, 10 provinces, including Sichuan, Inner Mongolia, Zhejiang, Gansu, Anhui, Heilongjiang, Shanxi, Qinghai, Jiangxi and Ningxia, have established pavilions to show their image to the public.