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Expo 2010: Pavilions – Inner Mongolia, Sichuan, Heilongjiang (Zone A)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Inner Mongolia, Sichuan, Heilongjiang (Zone A)

A look at 3 China Autonomous pavillions namely Inner Mongolia, Sichuan & Heilongjiang with each of their special attraction at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai.

Shanghai: Transport

 

Shanghai: Transport

Shanghai boasts one of the best transportation systems in China. The fast-growing Shanghai Metro network covers the city extensively and offers cheap and convenient transport.

Shanghai: Food – Snacks

 

Shanghai: Food – Snacks

Food in Shanghai is like any global metropolis. You are able to find all sorts of International cuisines in this city. However if you are in Shanghai, you must try the delicious Shanghainese cuisine and snacks.

Expo 2010: World Expo Introduction and History

 

Expo 2010: World Expo Introduction and History

Lets take a look back in history to where and how the World Expo started - an Introduction and History of the World Expo.

Expo 2010: Pavilions – France, Germany, Italy (Zone C)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – France, Germany, Italy (Zone C)

The French government has allocated a record 50 million euros (552 million yuan) budget for the national pavilion. At least 80% of the total budget will be used in constructing the 6,000-square-meter pavilion. The German government invested 30 million euros (US$47.34 million) in the pavilion, some German companies will also contribute. It’s the Germany's largest ever Expo structure.Italy reserved a 6,000-square-meter plot of land for its pavilion, which will be made with cutting edge “transparent concrete,” The pavilion, called The “City of Man”, is composed of 20 functional modules that can be assembled freely.

Expo 2010: Pavilions – India, Nepal, Israel (Zone A)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – India, Nepal, Israel (Zone A)

Cities of harmony,' is the exhibition theme focusing on the integration between urban and rural regions through exchange of trade and services for India Pavillion. Nepal Pavilion's theme would be: “Tales of Kathmandu City—Seeking the Soul of a City; Exploration and Speculation”.


 

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