Expo 2010
Expo 2010, officially the Expo 2010 Shanghai China, was held on both banks of the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China, from 1 May to 31 October 2010. It was a major World Expo in the tradition of interna...
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History of Shanghai expo
The History of Shanghai expo began when numerous scholars and government officials envisioned China would one day join the world community in hosting an international global expos. Different governme...
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List of participants at the Expo Shanghai 2010
At Expo 2010, which was celebrated in Shanghai from 1 May to 31 October 2010 were present 242 participants: 192 nations and 50 international organizations. This represents the largest participation at...
List of participants at the Expo Shanghai 2010 - Wikipedia
2010 Shanghai Expo opening ceremony
The 2010 Shanghai Expo opening ceremony (中国2010年上海世界博览会开幕式) occurred on April 30, 2010 at the Shanghai World Expo Cultural Center in Shanghai, People's Republic of China, a day before the opening of t...
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Haibao
Haibao (simplified Chinese: 海宝; traditional Chinese: 海寶), meaning "jewel of the sea", is the mascot of Expo 2010, which was held in the city of Shanghai, China from May 1 to October 31, 2010.<...
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Expo Axis
The Expo Axis is one of the world's largest membrane roofs. It spans the entrance and boulevard building of the World Exposition 2010 in Shanghai.The combination of the membrane structure, which has a...
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Expo 2010 pavilions
This article contains the details of the pavilions in Expo 2010. The 2010 World Expo Shanghai is the largest Expo site ever, covering more than 5.2 square kilometers and containing more than 70 expo...
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Singapore pavilion at Expo 2010
Singapore's participation in the World Expo 2010 was its largest to date at the World Expo, signifying its strong and close bilateral ties with China. The Singapore pavilion showcased Singapore's achi...
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Shanghai Expo Mart
The Shanghai Expo Mart (Chinese: 上海世博会展中心; pinyin: Shànghǎi shìbóhuì zhǎn zhōngxīn), formerly the Africa Joint Pavilion (Chinese: 非洲聯合館), is an exhibition hall near the Huangpu River in Sh...
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Right Here Waiting for You 2010
"Right Here Waiting for You 2010" (Chinese: 2010等你来; pinyin: èr líng yī líng děng nǐ lái) was a promotional song for Expo 2010 Shanghai China, composed by Miao Sen (Chinese: 缪森). It was fi...
UK pavilion at Expo 2010
The UK pavilion at Expo 2010, colloquially known as the Seed Cathedral, was a sculpture structure built by a nine member conglomeration of British business and government resources directed by designe...
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Expo 2010 emblem
The Expo 2010 emblem was the official emblem used during the 2010 Shanghai World Expo.
The emblem depicts a stylised image of three people representing the concept of you, me and him/her. The thre...
Glimpses/Impressions
Glimpses/Impressions is a film by Jean-François Pouliot for the Canadian pavilion at Expo 2010 in Shanghai. The 5 minute 20 second-long film depicts 24 hours in the life of an imaginary urban centre,...
Sweden pavilion at Expo 2010
The Sweden pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai Expo was situated in Zone C of the Pudong Expo site, surrounded by other Nordic and European country pavilions. The 3000 square-meter pavilion was designed by ...
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China pavilion at Expo 2010
The China pavilion at Expo 2010 (Chinese: 中国国家馆; pinyin: Zhōngguó guójiā guǎn) in Shanghai, China, colloquially known as the Oriental Crown (Chinese: 东方之冠; pinyin: Dōngfāng zhī Guān), ...
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USA pavilion at Expo 2010
Despite the US being one of the last countries to sign a participation agreement with the Shanghai Expo, the USA pavilion at Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China became one of the most visited national pavili...
USA pavilion at Expo 2010 - Wikipedia
Mercedes-Benz Arena (Shanghai)
The Mercedes-Benz Arena (Chinese: 梅赛德斯-奔驰文化中心; pinyin: Méisàidésī-bēnchí Wénhuà Zhōngxīn), formerly known as the Shanghai World Expo Cultural Center, is an indoor arena located on the former g...
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