I wish you Know More about The coming World Expo. in Shanghai,China

China Gallery at Shanghai Expo.

The philosophies of Shanghai Expo are understanding, communication, togetherness and cooperation.

The secondary themes of Shanghai Expo are: multi-cultural integration, the promotion of city economy, technological innovation, the reconstruction of city communities, and the interaction of urban and rural sectors.

The mascot of Shanghai Expo is “Haibao”, which in Chinese means the treasure of the ocean. It’s designed to resemble the Chinese character for “human”, which corresponds to the theme of the Expo.

The emblem of Shanghai Expo looks like the Chinese character for “world”; it is also combined with the numbers “2010” in an elegant way that resembles a celebrating family. It expresses the philosophies of Shanghai Expo: “Understanding, communication, togetherness, and cooperation.”

The main site of Shanghai Expo can be summarized as "one Axis and four Pavilions", these are: the Expo Axis, the China Pavilion, the Theme Pavilion, the Expo Center, and the Expo Performance Center.

Oct 1, 2010 is the grand opening day of the China Pavilion. The Pavilion is designed to express the philosophy of China, to show the culture of the Chinese people, and to facilitate friendly international communication and improved cultural exchange between other nations and China.

Shanghai Expo tickets will be sold by the government, appointed agents, appointed travel agencies, etc. Up-to-date ticket information can be found on www.expo2010.cn or the Expo hotline: +86-21-962010.

I: Shanghai Expo will be a feast of city life, a symphony of innovation and integration, and a dialogue of human civilization.

The service hotline of Shanghai Expo is 962010, you can call directly for any information you need.

The Expo Site spans both shores of the Huangpu River, between the Nanpu Bridge and Lupu Bridge. The Expo Site covers a total area of 5.28 square kilometers, with 3.93 sq km in Pudong and 1.35 sq km in Puxi. The area encloses 3.28 sq km.

* Original address of this China gift post: China Gift and Fine Arts & Crafts in China

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