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Expo welcomes 50 million visitors

09-11-2010 14:35 BJT Special Report:Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

The number of visitors to Expo surpassed 50 million today, the 133rd day of Expo. The Expo Site welcomed 324,400 visitors by 5:31pm.

Since Expo Shanghai opened on May 1, it has operated smoothly and welcomes a growing number of visitors, especially foreigners. Total visitor number hit 10 million on 11:28am of June 5, the 36th day of Expo. On 10:13am on June 28, Expo reached 20 million total visitors. By 9:12am on July 21, Expo had welcomed 30 million tourists. On 10:12am on August 14, attendance hit 40 million.

The Organizer advices people to visit the Expo now as the weather is not that hot and also to avoid big crowds coming between mid September to the end of October.

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source:

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