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World Expo Special 10/07/11 Shanghai 2010 World Expo - 11

07-13-2010 16:44 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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Located inside the Joint African Pavilion, you'll find the Comoros Pavilion, which boasts one of the few living fossils on the planet - the Coelacanth. Today, let's take a closer look at this rare species of fish that has a history of more than 360 million years. Full Story>>


Time for Tanzania to shine in Shanghai

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Ghana celebrates National Pavilion Day

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Find the gem of New Zealand

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Shangdong week kicks off at Expo

Also at the World Expo, a special promotional week for Shandong Province opened on Thursday. Hundreds of cultural performances are scheduled for the next several days arranged under the theme of "Qilu Culture and Glamorous Shandong." Full Story>>

Young performers bring music to Shanghai

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Tang San Cai: Be plump, be beautiful

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Chile offers advice on quake buildings

When a massive earthquake rocked the coast of Chile earlier this year, a surprising number of buildings remained standing - about 90 percent in the hard-hit areas. Full Story>>

Denmark promotes green outing

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Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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