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Expo Pavilion Costs will be domated to reconstruction after Chile Earthquake

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

It is reported that the whole project cost of the main sculpture of Chile Pavilion for 2010 shanghai world expo, will be donated to the reconstruction because of Chile earthquake proposed by Zhu Bingren, who is the creator of sculpture and the unique inheritor of the Chinese bronze cultural heritage. The costs amount to 32 million yuan. Zhu expressed that he would create a work for Chile earthquake and domate it to Chile Government soon.

Chile is the first Latin American country to sign up for participation in shanghai expo. Chile pavilion is an irregular-rectangle all-glass construction, in which the main sculpture can be considered as the final jewel. It is said that the red wine and features food would also be exhibited on the limbs of sculpture.

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Yun Nan Pavilion 云南展馆

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

Yun Nan Pavilion in Shanghai World Expo

Yun Nan Pavilion Yun Nan Pavilion in Shanghai World Expo

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Taiwan Pavilion

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Taiwan Pavilion Taiwan Pavilion

Taiwan Pavilion

The Taiwan pavilion was divided into several areas, including a huge three-dimensional theater where visitors can have a virtual tour of Wednesday’s Taiwan via short movies and light-and-sound shows.

Two projects, Wireless Taipei and Taipei Infinity, will be demonstrated at the Taipei pavilion. They are among some 50 “urban best practices area” expo projects, which are designed to display solutions to urban issues, including energy efficiency to waste treatment, under the theme of “Better City, Better Life.”

Visitors would see Taiwan as an international metropolis defined by advanced technology, cultural diversity and a high quality of life, Hau said.

The construction of the Taiwan Pavilion was scheduled to be completed in March, this year.

The 2010 shanghai world expo will remain open from May 1 to Oct.31. It is expected to attract 70 million visitors, of whom 95 percent will be domestic visitors.

A total of 242 countries and international organizations had confirmed participation as of last month, according to the official Expo website.

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