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2nd day of world expo welcomes thousands

05-03-2010 11:07 BJT Special Report: Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

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Day three since the opening of the Expo, and visitor numbers on day two already hit record highs 350,000 people ventured into the park And Just like the previous day, visitors were greeted with warm sunshiny weather. The Expo staff's service was equally pleasant.

Hardworking volunteers provide free performance-lists and Expo Park guide maps at security checks, near the Park entrance. Transportation has been a challenge for the organizers. Additional Expo Park shuttles were arranged today. The hottest souvenir has been the "Expo Passport", which can be used to collect the stamp memorabilia of all participating countries.

Day three since the opening of the Expo, and visitor numbers on day two already hit record highs 350,000 people ventured into the park And Just like the previous day, visitors were greeted with warm sunshiny weather.
Day three since the opening of the Expo, and visitor numbers on day two already hit
record highs 350,000 people ventured into the park And Just like the previous day, 
visitors were greeted with warm sunshiny weather.


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