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Jackson fans commemorate the King in Expo park

06-26-2010 15:29 BJT Special Report: Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

Michael Jackson fans set up floral tributes at the Expo park yesterday to mark the death one year ago of the controversial pop star.

A wax figure of Jackson from Madame Tussauds Shanghai was set up at the Expo UN Devnet Pavilion as well as an exhibition of photos, albums and memorabilia.

The wax figure, under a giant poster of “This Is It,” stood in the center of a stage, wearing a red woolen coat. It attracted many Jackson fan visitors to the Expo yesterday to take pictures with.

The figure will be on show at the pavilion till next Tuesday.

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source:

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