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It has been nearly a year since the Shanghai World Expo closed but the post-Expo fever continues. The China pavilion was reopened to the public during the recent National Day holidays and it attracted thousands of visitors. China pavilion during the
The Expo Axis, the landmark structure of 2010 Shanghai Expo, will be turned into an emporium at the cost of 160 million yuan ($25.02 million), according to the project's operators on Thursday...Shanghai Group and Shanghai Bailian Group, is expected
A total of 1.03 million people visited the Shanghai World Exposition on Saturday, a record number since the Expo opened...The Expo had received some 64.62 million visitors by the end of Saturday, the 169th day since the event began on May 1. The
Oman's private and public sector has promised support to the business forums and networking events scheduled to be held in September and October at the Sultanate's World Expo Pavilion in Shanghai, it was announced at a press conference held at the
It's a small but odd world at Shanghai's World Expo, where nuclear problem states North Korea and Iran are next-door neighbors, and visitors can check out such novelties as translucent cement and a curtain made of solar-cell soybean fiber. The Expo
One of over hundreds of pavilions at the 5km expo site, the Iranian pavilion is divided into three sections; Iran of the past, present and future. The Present section introduces the Iranian nation and the Persian civilization, the past division
China's commercial capital of Shanghai has always been all about business. Nowhere is that more evident than at its World Expo, a giant bazaar of ideas, technologies and outright PR offensives focused on the world's fastest-growing major market.
The Danish Pavilion has been created by the Architect BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) and is based on the Welfairytales concept. Welfairytales will show how wealth and welfare are two sides of the same coin.
China, the world's number one emitter of greenhouse gases, aims to hold the first "green" World Expo in Shanghai, as the sprawling metropolis tries to shed its polluted past and become eco-friendly. With less than three months to go before Expo opens
A ceremony to commemorate the completion of the Japan Pavilion for the 2010 Shanghai Exposition took place Saturday, as preparations continued for the event that starts in May. Based on the look of the building, the purple-colored pavilion was given