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Expo 2010: Tips to tour Shanghai Expo – Part 2

 

Expo 2010: Tips to tour Shanghai Expo – Part 2

In our previous article, we mentioned about knowing some of the services provided in Expo as well as knowing the distribution of the various zones at the Expo. We are going to continuing giving tips of other important information about transportation,opening Hours and something others.

Expo 2010: Tips to tour Shanghai Expo – Part 1

 

Expo 2010: Tips to tour Shanghai Expo – Part 1

Touring the Expo might prove to be a daunting task for you if you do not know your way around the massive site. Here are some tips for you to make your touring easier and worry-free. In the first part of tips, we will provide you some valuable information and tips for the Expo event compiled from various websites featuring about the Shanghai Expo 2010. Do check out the upcoming second part of tips for touring the Shanghai Expo

Expo 2010: Ticket & Booking Info for Shanghai Expo

 

Expo 2010: Ticket & Booking Info for Shanghai Expo

The required capacity of Expo ticket is hugh,Around 12 million tickets for 2010 Expo have been sold till the end of 2009.This artical introduces the Expo ticket types, sales phases, ticket purchase channels and ticket prices. Also some announcements and Tips would be useful for you.

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.


 

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