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"World Expo Passport" officially unveiled

04-30-2010 13:57 BJT Special Report: Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

Shanghai World Expo organizers officially released four types of "World Expo Passport" on Thursday.

"World Expo Passport" was officially released in Shanghai on April 29. 2010. Visitors taking the passports can get a seal at each pavilion in the Expo Park. [Photo: cnsphoto]
"World Expo Passport" was officially released in Shanghai on April 29. 2010. 
Visitors taking the passports can get a seal at each pavilion in the Expo Park. 
[Photo: cnsphoto]

Visitors holding the special passports can get a seal at each pavilion in the Expo Park. Each participating country and organization has prepared a commemorative seal showing its distinctive cultural characteristics.

The Expo passports are the size of real passports, with two editions: a cartoon edition and a standard edition in agate red, olive green and sapphire blue. Each sells at 30 Yuan.

People unable to visit the park during the Expo period can log on to the internet and join in the Expo-related web activities to get an online edition of the special commemorative passport.

Starting from May 1st, visitors can buy the passports from service stations inside the Expo Park and from Expo franchise stores, or through the visitors' online platform at www.dowexpo.com. There is also a group procurement hotline: 4008208355.

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: CRI

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