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World Expo Special 10/06/06 Shanghai 2010 World Expo

06-08-2010 15:16 BJT

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Over the next half hour, we'll bring you full coverage of all the action across the expo park during the fourth week of the spectacular event, highlighting the Pavilion Days of a host of countries and Liaoning Province.

 

 

 

 

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Mali National Pavilion Day at World Expo

Monday marks Mali Day at the World Expo. Visitors are treated with the most authentic cultural legacy of the country and its people. Now let's take a closer look of how the landlocked country in western Africa interprets "Better City Better Life". Full Story>>

 

Feeling the pulse of Brazil

Get into the beat and feel the pulse of Brazil, as the South American country celebrates its National Pavilion Day on Thursday in Shanghai. A series of sizzling performances are scheduled for the occasion, inviting everyone to samba the day away. Full Story>>

 

World Expo visitors hit 10 million

Visitor numbers to the Shanghai World Expo have hit the 10-million mark, with a record daily volume of 516 thousand 8 hundred. Tourists are lining up at the entrance at 7 in the morning, and passageways have been set to provide guidance. Full Story>>

Explore the jade kingdom on Myanmar National Pavilion Day

Visitors to the Myanmar Pavilion were treated to some traditional performances as well as a rare opportunity to take a closer look at the so-called "jade kingdom." Full Story>>

Kazakhstan's National Pavilion Day at Expo

Saturday marked Kazakhstan's national pavilion day at the Shanghai World Expo. A country known as the world's largest landlocked country. In the pavilion, Kazakhstan aims to showcase the best of its young and dynamic developing capital, Astana. Full Story>>

Explore fossils in Liaoning Pavilion

Saturday marked Kazakhstan's national pavilion day at the Shanghai World Expo. A country known as the world's largest landlocked country. In the pavilion, Kazakhstan aims to showcase the best of its young and dynamic developing capital, Astana. Full Story>>

Ancient bronze carriages pull into Shanghai

An old-fashioned cavalcade of carriages has put into the port of Shanghai to replenish the treasure trove being exhibited for the World Expo. The bronze carriages were commissioned by Emperor Qin Shihuang who lived 2200 years ago for him to ride in during his afterlife. Full Story>>

New Environment-friendly vehicles run at Expo

Environment-friendly vehicles are not just a theme at the Shanghai Expo. About 300 buses showing the future of transport are already in service at the Expo Park. Full Story>>

Languages bring Expo closer to kids

What happens when the 2010 World Expo, multiple languages, and Shanghai classrooms converge? The result is a precocious look at the future, right here in the present. Damion Jones visits one school to observe the process up close. Full Story>>

Editor:Li Juanjuan |Source: CCTV.com

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