BANK OF CHINA – COOPERATION SALON OF INVESTMENT INSTITUTIONS AND COMMERCIAL BANKS
Afternoon conference and dinner at the Bourglinster Castle. The guests were escorted of their vehicles to the second floor for a cocktail and were delighted to listen to the harpist’s melody. The cocktail was then followed by conferences on the investment institutes and commercial banks in an intimate and friendly atmosphere. The afternoon ended with a succulent menu prepared by the starred chef René Mathieu and savored to the sound of 2 talented violinists.
Sculptures for the guests were designed in collaboration with the artist Ben Carter. The sculpture’s front represented the Bourglinster castle, Luxembourg’s cathedrals and the famous Adolf bridge.
The lateral elements symbolize the country’s industrial patrimony and for that reason the sculpture was made of steel. The cathedrals in the middle were covered in gold leaves to emphasize the event’s theme.
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