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Online winner enjoys VIP tour at Finland Pavilion

08-13-2010 15:23 BJT Special Report:Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

A man who explored the virtual Finland Pavilion at was given a VIP tour of the real one yesterday after winning an online lucky draw.

The man surnamed Liu won the VIP tour out of 30,000 people. He and his wife and daughter exprienced the VIP sauna room and tasted Finnish food at the pavilion.

It was Liu's first visit to the Expo. He adviced people to check out the virtual pavilions before entering the real Expo site. This will enable them to see what they expect to see.

About 30 pavilions, mostly the popular ones, have been invited to take part in the online lucky draw. Visitors can register at and leave their mobile phone numbers for the lucky draw.

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source:

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