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Old June 27th, 2009, 10:13 AM   #281
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There are some interesting articles incl. pavilion info in the latest issue of the Expo Magazine, available on the official website:
http://en.expo2010.cn/documents/em1/0906/index.htm
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The tragic case of US' expo participation is looking somewhat brighter.

http://shanghaiist.com/2009/07/02/us...n_expo_b_1.php
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US confirms participation in Expo, but funding still unclear

By Ben Overton in News on July 2, 2009 5:25 PM

A flurry of recent activity regarding the US Pavilion at next year's Expo has resulted in US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton confirming the United States' participation in the Expo after the USA Pavilion organizers announced PepsiCo signing on in a US$5 million deal.



However, even with Clinton's support and PepsiCo laying down the cash, it is still unclear exactly how the US plans to finance and implement its plans for the pavilion, which is due at the opening of the Shanghai World Expo in 310 days. The future of the US's involvement in the 2010 Expo has been in doubt for quite a while, as private funding has so far failed to meet the total budget of US$61 million set by the pavilion organizers.

The continued lackluster support has drawn exasperation and prodding from those involved and Chinese officials have repeatedly warned against the possibility of the US's absence from the Expo. To add to the mess, the US has already missed the construction deadline, which will most likely end up being extended until the US can gather enough funds.

In a prolonged drama filled with barely anything but bad news, PepsiCo's announcement is the break that the pavilion organizers have been longing for. As the US Pavilion's newest "Global Partner," PepsiCo will become the pavilion's exclusive non-alcoholic drink and snack provider. Perhaps even more important to the pavilion, though, are the 5 million US dollars that PepsiCo will contribute to the building of the US Pavilion.

Yet, even with Pepsi's vital partnership, no one seems to know exactly how much funding the pavilion really has. The AFP is reporting that the USA Pavilion steering committee has only raised a measly US$2.8 million out the required US$61 million, but has US$36 million "under negotiation." Shanghai Daily, on the other hand, has the total figure at US$35 million collected or pledged, while BusinessWeek is reporting that fundraisers have gathered less than a third (US$20 million) of the required funds.

And of course, the official USA Pavilion website has nothing to say as far as concrete numbers.

At this point, beyond PepsiCo's 5 million, we aren't even really sure if they have any funding at all.
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Old July 2nd, 2009, 04:53 PM   #283
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UK Cathedral of Seeds

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Thomas Heatherwick today unveiled the final design for the £13.2 million UK pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai Expo.

Work has already begun on site to build the pavilion, which was originally budgeted at £12 million.

It will feature 60,000 7.5m-long acrylic “hairs” which will move with the wind, and have seeds from Kew Garden’s millennium seed bank embedded in the ends.

Heatherwick described the finished design as the “world’s largest ever hairy building”, with the interior space sharing the atmosphere of “the manuscript room at the British Library”.

He added: “I think you’re going to hunger for simplicity at the expo and we’re going to be looking at quite a serious scientific issue in quite a low tech way.

“Sir John Sorrell and Mark Jones have been working with us on this because this isn’t just a shell. There is a solidity to its content as well.”

Natural light, channelled through the acrylic spines, will light the building during the day while at night the structure will glow from within.

The UK has the biggest seed bank in the world for plants.


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Old July 3rd, 2009, 08:06 AM   #284
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The tragic case of US' expo participation is looking somewhat brighter.

http://shanghaiist.com/2009/07/02/us...n_expo_b_1.php
That looks terrible. way to go US.
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Chilean Pavilion



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Old July 5th, 2009, 08:30 PM   #286
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Construction update by Xinhua;

Chinese Pavilion


Performing Arts Centre


Sunshine Valley


African Centre


Luxembourg Pavilion


German Pavilion


Overview


Sunshine Valley


Overview


Theme Pavilion


Puxi side overview


Dock U/C



Source: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/20...t_11657224.htm
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Old July 6th, 2009, 11:25 AM   #287
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Finally.


http://www.shanghaidaily.com/sp/arti...cle_406520.htm
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US all cashed up and ready for Expo

By Yang Jian | 2009-7-6 | NEWSPAPER EDITION

At last it's official - the United States will sign a participation contract with the 2010 Shanghai World Expo organizer soon as enough money has been raised to build the American pavilion.

Exhibition plans were completed and the US government was right behind the initiative, the head of the American Expo organizer said.

The US was a definite Expo starter, said Ellen Eliasoph, co-chair of Shanghai Expo 2010 Inc, the non-profit company that is undertaking the funding, design, construction and operations of the proposed US pavilion.

President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are both "firmly supportive" of the US pavilion project, she said.

The public visibility of Clinton's support had given a big boost to fund-raising efforts. The Obama administration regarded Expo as a golden opportunity "to launch the new face of America and show how we want to cooperate with the rest of the world," Eliasoph said.

Clinton's appointment of Jose Villarreal, a highly respected attorney and businessman from Texas as the US commissioner general to the Expo, was a sure sign that the US was "ready for the event," Eliasoph said.

Among the first tasks awaiting Villarreal were the signing of the participation and construction contracts, she said.

Construction of the US pavilion could begin any time as the US group had already raised more than US$20 million, the cost of erection of the pavilion building, she said, and had another US$40 million worth of contracts under negotiation.

The total US$61 million budget targeted for the US Expo showcase includes about US$20 million for the production of the pavilion's shows and promotions, with the rest for overall operations during the six-month Expo period.

Construction and fund-raising for the rest of budget would proceed simultaneously, Eliasoph said.

Fund-raising had become easier as the eight sponsors so far were all leaders in their industries, she said. The commitments made by them had been a great incentive to other companies who want to join the Expo party.

The eight US sponsors are General Electric, PepsiCo, 3M, Dell, Yum!, Cargill, Golden Eagle and the USA-China Education, Science and Culture Association.

Several other leading companies have also agreed to sign on, and their names will be released soon.

Raising the required amount of money was only a matter of time, Eliasoph said.

The US plans to build a 5,600-square-meter pavilion, one of the largest at the Shanghai event, but funding is critical as US law prohibits the use of State Department money to pay for participation in World Expos.

The overall theme of the US pavilion is "Rise To The Challenge" and, in keeping with the "Better City, Better Life" theme of the Expo, the challenges depicted will be: creating environmentally sustainable communities, engaging in a healthy lifestyle and using technology to improve the lives of people from all walks of life.

The pavilion experience will have three chapters: the pre-show, the main show and the post show.

The pavilion will incorporate state-of-the-art audio-visual and special-effects technology.

The main show will be a dramatic multi-media experience allowing visitors to experience the American city of the future.

In this future city, visitors will meet a group of people who were inspired by the Shanghai Expo 20 years ago.

The climax of the multimedia show will be a musical celebration of the Expo.

An urban roof garden where US sustainable agriculture and organic food production techniques will be demonstrated, and a special section on "the success of the Chinese in America" are other features.
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German Pavilion


That's not the german pavilion. It's Dutch (the Netherlands).
There'll be typical dutch houses being build along the street that's going round and round.
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Well, it's taken from Xinhua's captions, so blame them.
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That's not the german pavilion. It's Dutch (the Netherlands).
There'll be typical dutch houses being build along the street that's going round and round.
Oh yes, that's the HAPPY STREET

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oh my, the perfrorming arts center looks like a UFO landed
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Traveling exhibition of Shanghai Expo opens in Beijing

BEIJING, July 5 (Xinhua)-- A traveling exhibition of the Shanghai Expo was unveiled Sunday in Beijing on the 300th day of countdown to the event.

Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan attended the ceremony and launched the exhibition.

Addressing the ceremony, Yu Zhengsheng, secretary of the Shanghai Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China, said Shanghai wants to make the Expo 2010 a place to display urban civilizations, exchange concepts of urban development, and discover the living modes of the future.

Secretary-general of the Bureau of International Expositions (BIE) Vicente Gonzalez Loscertales said the national traveling exhibition represents one of the core dimensions of the Expo which is an educational and transformational project of the whole nation.

The exhibition will be held in the Capital Museum from July 7 to 25 (with the exception of Monday). People can visit free of charge.

The exhibition is composed of four parts: general information of the Shanghai Expo, the relations between China and the World Expo, brief introduction to BIE, and the history of the World Expo.

The Shanghai Expo, with the theme of "Better City, Better Life" is scheduled to be held from May 1 to Oct. 31, 2010.

So far, 191 nations and 48 international organizations have officially confirmed their participation in the Expo.

Before the opening ceremony, Wang met with Loscertales, saying the Chinese government attaches great importance to the preparations of the Shanghai Expo, and will try the best to hold a successful and splendid Expo.
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Chinese American group designated as stragetic partner of U.S. Pavilion at Shanghai World Expo

NEW YORK, July 2 (Xinhua) -- The Committee of 100 (C-100) said Thursday that it has been designated as a Strategic Partner of the USA National Pavilion at the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai.

As a strategic partner, the C-100 will assist the USA National Pavilion in fund raising and support the "Success of the Chinese in America" exhibit in the Pavilion.

The C-100, a national non-partisan, non-profit membership organization comprised of prominent Chinese Americans in a broad range of professions,has been outreaching to members and companies to encourage support of the pavilion.

In addition, the C-100 is raising public awareness of the World Expo by reaching out to the media, business communities, and both U.S. and Chinese government officials.

"Establishment of the strategic partnership is a great beginning to C-100's collaboration with the USA National Pavilion which will serve as an important bridge of understanding between the peoples of the United States and Greater China and as a good opportunity to highlight Chinese American contributions to America," said John S. Chen, Chairman of the C-100.

Ellen R. Eliasoph, co-chair of Shanghai Expo 2010, Inc., said: "We are greatly honored by C-100's support of this effort. C-100's creativity, cross-cultural insights and powerful corporate network will be great assets to the USA National Pavilion."

"The Committee's participation will help ensure the authenticity of our important show component depicting the rich legacy and remarkable achievements of the Chinese community in America," she said. "We know that Chinese visitors to our Pavilion will be especially thrilled and proud to know that C-100 is playing a key role in the project."

The Shanghai World Expo 2010 will be held from May 1-Oct. 31, 2010, with a projected 70 million attendees. This will be China's debut as host of a world expo.

At more than 60,000 square feet (some 5,600 square meters), the USA National Pavilion will be one of the largest pavilions at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo. It will showcase American culture, values, and businesses in China's most dynamic city, while at the same time celebrating the friendship between the peoples of the United States and China.

Founded in 1989, the C-100 has dedicated its efforts to a dual mission: encouraging constructive relations between the peoples of the United States and China, and encouraging the full participation of Chinese Americans in all aspects of American life.
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Lenovo sponsors Expo 2010
4 July 2009
Shanghai Daily

LENOVO Group Ltd became a sponsor of World Expo 2010 Shanghai yesterday, agreeing to provide information technology devices and related services to the event.

Meanwhile, Lenovo, which also sponsored the Beijing Olympics last year, plans to make Shanghai its manufacturing center in the north Asia region, Yang Yuanqing, Lenovo's chief executive, said during a signing ceremony yesterday.

Lenovo, China's biggest personal computer maker, signed agreements with the local government yesterday to become Expo 2010's senior sponsor of computing equipment and system operation services, according to both sides.

Lenovo will provide about 10,000 pieces of computing hardware, including servers, notebooks, desktops, printers and peripherals for Expo 2010.

"With a concrete track record and innovative technologies, Lenovo is well placed to handle such large-scale international events," Yang said.

Lenovo has also provided IT services for the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games.
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Blood donors join queue for Expo cause
8 July 2009
Shanghai Daily

The city would have a three-level emergency donor team on standby to provide urgent blood donations and support during the 2010 World Expo, officials from the Shanghai Blood Administration Office said yesterday.

The team consists of 2,010 key donors, about 2,000 backup donors and local soldiers and university students.

Authorities are recruiting backup donors from now to the end of this year, while the key donor team was set up on May 1.

Any healthy people aged between 18 and 55 who want to be a donor can contact district-based blood-donation offices. Those who have donated blood before and are able to respond to emergency calls quickly during the event are preferred.

"Expatriates who want to be Expo blood donors can send e-mails to [email protected]," said Lu Yi, an official from the Shanghai Blood Administration Office. "A bilingual hotline will be launched soon."

The office will oversee drills in all city districts and Chongming County to rectify a Type A and O blood shortage and prepare for Expo.
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Expo cost to taxpayer up by $12m
6 July 2009
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The Federal Government has added $12 million in funding for Australia’s pavilion at next year’s Shanghai World Expo amid reluctance from business and State and Territory governments to pay for the showcase.

The economic slump has dampened sponsor support for the display, which the Government considers crucial to developing links with China.

The budget for the project is $83 million — much more than countries such as the US, Britain and Canada have said they will spend.

The Government planned initially to spend $61 million and raise $22 million from the private sector and the States and Territories. But it has now lifted its contribution to $73 million.

A spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said: “We are on track to raise $10 million in sponsorship.”
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Not news per se, but anyway:


http://www.shanghaidaily.com/sp/arti...cle_407044.htm
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United States now set for Expo

By Yang Jian | 2009-7-10 | ONLINE EDITION

THE United States today signed the long-awaited participation contract with the 2010 Shanghai World Expo organizer to officially confirm it will attend.

"We are not late, we are just in time," Jose Villarreal, the newly appointed Commissioner General for the US participation to the Expo, said after signing the contract with Hong Hao, director general of the Shanghai World Expo Coordination, on behalf of the US government.

The officials from both countries shook hands, toasted each and smiled.

"We finally welcome the 240th confirmed participant to the Shanghai Expo – the United States of America," Hong said excitedly at the signing ceremony.

It had been more than three years since Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao sent an Expo invitation to the US government, he said.

The Expo organizer welcomed the US participation and said he appreciated the enthusiasm the US government, companies and people will bring to the 2010 event, he added.

"Today we can finally say that we are rising to the challenge, we are participating," said Beatrice Camp, the US consul general in Shanghai.

She said the country had actually begun efforts to attend the 2010 event in March, 2008 when the State Department signed a letter of intent with the US Pavilion non-profit group, Shanghai Expo 2010 Inc, to raise funds privately for its Expo showcase. "We all know this would be a challenge, but the global financial crisis has made the task of the US Expo team even more difficult."

"I am personal committed to having a national pavilion that will showcase the best of America and will make both our Chinese hosts as well as Americans proud," Villarreal said.

The commissioner general was appointed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton early this month, and this was widely regarded as a strong indication that the US would attend.

The US group is trying to raise US$61 million as its Expo budget has soared more than half, the commissioner general said.

The budget includes about US$20 million for the construction, another US$20 million for production of the pavilion's shows and promotions, with the rest set aside for overall operations during the six-month Expo period.

The US group will definitely get all the money needed for Expo as the public visibility of Clinton's support has boosted fund-raising efforts.

The US Expo group does not have a Plan A and a Plan B – it has only one plan, that is to build a stand-alone pavilion for the Expo, he told local media.

He said the group has made a detailed timetable to build the pavilion, but declined to say when construction would begin. "We will be on time and schedule," he said.

Construction and fund-raising for the rest of budget would proceed simultaneously, said Ellen Eliasoph, co-chair of Shanghai Expo 2010 Inc, the non-profit company that is undertaking the funding, design, construction and operations of the US pavilion.
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Not sure what the name of this building is, but it is located in the Expo area on the Puxi side;

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The dazzle of the World Expo has been waning in the West these past few decades. These are not the showcase events like a hundred years ago anymore. However, this is a new event for China, and I suspect a lot of mainlanders who would otherwise not see these countries due to travel visa restrictions would find the event very appealing.

I myself plan to visit this event as well next year.
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I see it as China is sort of reviving the Expo to its former glory by putting such a huge effort into it! It seems as if Milan is following in Shanghai's footsteps and is taking its hosting in 2015 very seriously as well!

I'll be here in 2010 for sure.
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