In the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva, which was held for five days in Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland, companies and inventors from 41 countries competed for the Grand Prix with 624 inventions.

To name but a few countries, Taiwan submitted 96 inventions, China 63, Thailand 61, Russia 52 and Iran 45. South Korea exhibited 27 inventions by 26 companies and individuals, and won 18 gold prizes, 9 silver prizes and 13 special prizes, thereby making its excellent inventive capacity known to the world.

Mr. Chankon Moon was awarded the gold prize for his low-frequency therapeutic apparatus using a smart phone and diet system.


from : Asia Today