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World Expo Special 10/06/27 Shanghai 2010 World Expo - 9

07-01-2010 09:58 BJT

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Over the next half hour, we'll bring you the spectacular events and the highlights of the Pavilion Days of a host of countries in the past week.

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France Pavilion Day kicks off

France Pavilion Day opens at the Shanghai World Expo on Monday. Music, food, art, and a vertical garden at the center of the pavilion immerse visitors in the essence of the country renowned for its romance and elegance. Full Story>>

 

 

Japan week has traditional and modern art

A showcase of Japanese culture and art took place at the Shanghai World Expo Park over the previous few days. Both traditional art forms and modern popular culture attract considerable supporters from near and far. Full Story>>

 

 

Congo Pavilion Day celebrated at Expo

Costume clad performers welcome guests with indigenous songs and dances. They display their cultural distinctiveness with unique moves, backed by enthusiastic drum beats. Full Story>>

Slovenia Pavilion Day celebrated at Expo

The Republic of Slovenia celebrates its National Pavilion Day on Thursday in Shanghai. The European country, famed for its various ethnic groups of people and culture, takes the theme of "Integration of Diversity" for its pavilion at World Expo Park. Full Story>>

Mozambique presents African enthusiasm

The Republic of Mozambique celebrated its National Pavilion Day at the Shanghai World Expo on Friday. Located on the southeast coast of Africa, Mozambique is still one of the most impoverished nations in the world. Full Story>>

Turkey opens national pavilion in World Expo

Turkish National Pavilion Day opened at the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai on Sunday morning. The show kicked off with the internationally acclaimed dance performance "Fire of Anatolia", which follows the main pavilion's theme of past, present and future, inspired by ancient Anatolia... Full Story>>

Somalia Pavilion Day at World Expo

Saturday marks Somalia's National Pavilion Day at the Shanghai World Expo. The country is located on the Horn of Africa and is famous for its sprawling deserts and camel transport. Full Story>>

Warring States Era cooler unveiled at expo

Are you sitting comfortably watching our program? Perhaps you're sipping a nice cold drink. Have you ever wondered whether ancient people kicked back and relaxed in similar ways? A unique treasure on show at the Urban Footprint Pavilion at the World Expo may give you a hint. Full Story>>

Tibetan Thangka displayed in Shanghai

Thangka painting is one of the foremost expressions of Tibetan religion, culture, and art. The silk painting with embroidery usually depicts a Buddhist deity, famous scene or mandala of some sort. Full Stroy>>


Folk musicians entertain at Expo

There's a yearly event to promote original music traditions from all parts of the world. It's Shanghai World Music Week, and this year, it's been transported into the World Expo Park. Full Stroy>>

Street dance! come on!

While the South Korean team is still performing well at the World Cup, their dancers are attracting a slew of attention at the World Expo. Full Stroy>>

Lebanon's 7,000-year civilization

It's time for Lebanon to boast about its seven-thousand year old civilization, as well as their cultural identity of religious and ethnic diversity at the Shanghai World Expo. Tuesday was Lebanon Pavilion Day. Full Stroy>>

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CCTV.com

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