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Expo 2010: A Tour of Events at Expo 2010

 

Expo 2010: A Tour of Events at Expo 2010

The events and cultural performances of Expo 2010 can be epitomized with 20 keywords, which are: theme, debut, famous artists and bands, local features, fashion, award-winning programs, street performances, arts festivals, world intangible cultural heritages, cooperation, innovation, enlightenment, Expo Site opening/closing activities, urban links, creation, relay, interaction, rationality, art exhibition and high-tech.

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Japan & Korea (Zone A)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Japan & Korea (Zone A)

The 24-meter-high Japan pavilion is the largest the country has ever built for a World Expo. The Korea Pavilion is an amalgamation of 'sign' (symbol) and 'space' where signs become spaces, and simultaneously, spaces become signs.

Expo 2010: Pavilions – USA & Canada (Zone C)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – USA & Canada (Zone C)

The USA Pavilion will present a story that radiates powerful core values shared by both the Chinese and American people. The Canada Pavilion building is shaped like a looped ribbon or a large letter “C” (as in “Canada”), which has an open air public space as its centre piece.

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Australia & New Zealand (Zone B)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Australia & New Zealand (Zone B)

The Australia & New Zealand pavilions are centrally located in Zone B, the Southeast Asia and Oceania section of the expo site, and a short walk from the Chinese national and theme pavilions. Here's a look at their design themes & concepts.

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan (Zone A)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan (Zone A)

A brief introduction on the Theme, Concept, Design Features and Highlights of the 3 domestic pavilions: Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan of the Shanghai Expo.

Expo 2010: The Central Axis and Four Pavilions

 

Expo 2010: The Central Axis and Four Pavilions

The huge Shanghai World Expo site is designed with a Central Axis and 4 main pavilions providing visitors a clear orientation to other pavilions.


 

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