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Sparkling night view of World Expo

10-30-2010 12:58 BJT Special Report:Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

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When night falls, the Shanghai World Expo loses its big daytime crowds and presents another view. It's illuminated by lights and enlivened by music. Now, let's get an eye full.

Lights are the nightime star of the World Expo. Pavilions are transformed, taking on a whole new look at night.

Visitor said, "The visual effect is much stronger at night. "

"The night view is much better than in the daytime, especially when you take a photo. "

One major attraction is Sunshine Valley; it really transforms at night.

Visitor said, "It turns red or blue. It glitters. There are also videos of a walking man, water falls and so on. The changes go on and on. I have never seen this before. It's amazing."

Performers from around the world also present a variety of art and culture at night. In front of the Performing Arts Center, the fountain is coordinated with music. The America square is swung by jazz. Visitors at night are treated with a wide array of performances. From yoga dance to rock and roll, there's something for everyone.

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Editor:Yang Jie |Source: CNTV.CN

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