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Old July 17th, 2009, 12:30 PM   #301
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Fantastic pics. I live in Shanghai now, and i can see Expo, this big event affects peoples' life in this city. It's a joy to see the pavilions. They are all creative architectures, super fabulous.
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US BREAKS GROUND ON ITS EXPO SITE
18 July 2009
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SHANGHAI: Construction of the US pavilion began on Friday at the site of the Shanghai Expo, signaling the States' support of next year's event.

"The biggest challenge for the United States to participate in the expo has been tackled," said a jubilant Huang Jianzhi, deputy chief of Shanghai World Expo Coordination Bureau.

"The start of construction shows the strong commitment of the US government and makes fund-raising easier," Huang told China Daily during Friday's groundbreaking ceremony.

On Thursday, Walmart, NYSE Euronext and Intel Corporation all signed up to help fund the US pavilion.

Corporate funding from the three firms and others already on board, as well as money from private donors, will give life to the 6,000-sq-m pavilion, which will explore themes inspired by sustainability, teamwork, health and the values of hard work and opportunity.

To be located opposite the China Pavilion on the Central Promenade, the structure should be complete by year-end, giving time for final touches and the inside to be completed before March.

Organizers of the expo were concerned that the US might be forced to skip the Shanghai Expo because of a 1991 US law that ruled out the use of government money for expo projects. Initially, in part because of the global economic slump, there were concerns that too few corporate sponsors were participating.

The signing of a participation contract with Chinese organizers last week put an end to the speculation.

"Our pavilion will be among the largest and we want it to be one of the best," said US Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke.

"The United States and China enjoy many areas of friendship and cooperation, and we believe our pavilion will deepen that bond. It will provide insight into the life and culture of American people, insights that will intrigue millions of visitors expected at the 2010 World Expo, including visitors from China and all around the world."

The US is among 40 nations that will build stand-alone pavilions.
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China Pavilion name game open to public

By Tom Qian | 2009-7-20 | ONLINE EDITION

THE Shanghai 2010 World Expo authority is inviting the public to help name China Pavilion.

The name should be two to four characters and suggestions need to be posted online by August 20. People will then be able to vote for their favorite name once the final candidates have been selected.

People can visit www.dfdaily.com and other Websites to take part in the naming contest. Participants have a chance to win Shanghai World Expo tickets.

China Pavilion is at the axis of Expo Boulevard. Interior decoration and exhibition arrangements will commence on September 30 and are due to be finished before the end of the year.


People can also make donations as small as 1 yuan (15 US cents) to China Pavilion through jz.expo2010china.com.
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Old July 26th, 2009, 08:01 AM   #304
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Security rehearsal held for Shanghai World Expo

SHANGHAI, July 25 (Xinhua) -- A security rehearsal was held Saturday for the 2010 Shanghai World Expo to ensure seawater security in East China Sea during the event.

Two helicopters, five vessels and an emergency response team carried out the search and rescue of people who fell into the sea, transfer and medical treatment of the injured, and evacuation of people in danger and firefighting for vessels.

The 45-minute exercise was conducted at Wusongkou, Shanghai, on Saturday afternoon by the Donghai (East China Sea) Rescue Bureau of the Ministry of Transport.

Sun Fumin, director of the bureau, said the bureau had made an emergency plan to ensure the security of seawater in the East China Sea during the expo, a six-month-long event that starts on May 1 and ends Oct. 31 next year.
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Who is a General Contractor of a Polish Pavilion?? Thx for info
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Old August 6th, 2009, 07:07 PM   #306
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Poland at the cutting edge
5 August 2009
Shanghai Daily

THE Poland Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo will be "cut out by" scissors rather than be built by concrete and bricks.

When traditional, intricate paper-cut patterns meet simple, geometrical architecture, the result will be the awe-inspiring Poland Pavilion.

The pavilion being inspired by China's, as well as Poland's, traditional paper-cut crafts will be a Polish exhibit in itself. The 3,000-square-meter pavilion, mainly made of wood, kicks off construction yesterday. It will give the impression of a huge paper cut-out building, tilted slightly upward from the ground.

The exterior walls or sides of the oblong quadrilateral structure are patterned like a traditional paper cut-out and are illuminated from within.

Poland is known for its traditional paper-cutting. Polish craftsmen can cut out an intricate pattern continuously, without clipping any piece of paper midway.

"The pavilion design evokes ancient artistry, abstract design and futuristic thinking," said Slawomir Majman, commissioner-general of the Poland Pavilion section of the Shanghai World Expo.

The design, one of 20 proposals, embodies the pavilion theme "People Create Cities," demonstrating the World Expo theme "Better City, Better Life."

The white building will appear to be made from a giant sheet of folded paper, an intricate, folkloric tracing of designs.

A dramatic feature will be the ramp connecting the entrance and the rooftop, which will house an open-air restaurant. Some eco-friendly and healthy, traditional Polish dishes will be served. During the period, the exhibition space will be filled with light filtering in through the cut-out exterior wall patterns.

At night, the pavilion will shine inside out with color. Cut-out figures will seem to be dancing on the wall.

The inner solid walls of the pavilion will function as screens, on which scenes of Polish city life will be projected.

The exhibit will include innovative urban designs that bring people into closer contact with nature and let them interact more easily with others. Visitors will enter an exhibition on the "future of cities." There, the wooden ground-level floor gradually will rise, opening to an auditorium for performances taking place below.

This entry ramp will lead from within to the roof where open-air film screenings, theatrical performances and concerts will be staged.

Green materials

The pavilion will be environmentally friendly, and there will be lots of green living things in the Expo environment. The basic construction material is wood, including the facade with the cut-out patterns that will be cut by laser. Most construction materials are recyclable, and since the pavilion must be removed from the Expo site after the six-month exhibition period, part of the wooden structure will be reconstructed in a Polish city.

The pavilion explores the importance of the "personal" experience between buildings and people.

In addition to Poland's urban achievements in making cities more livable, the pavilion will feature the life and music of Poland's Frederic Chopin (1810-49), best known for the "Blue Danube" waltz among other compositions.

Next year will be the bicentennial anniversary of the birth of this one of the world's greatest and most creative composers. The building will contain a concert hall, auditorium and performance space inside and on the roof.

"Chopin is more than a composer, he represents the nature of the nation," said Majman. "But we will have a very modern interpretation of his masterpieces."

A 15-minute performance with orchestra and choir will resound in the pavilion during the exhibition. A separate concert by Polish composer Piotr Rubik and his band has been planned to celebrate the Polish National Day in May 2010.

A "Shanghai Rhapsody" especially composed for the 2010 Expo will be performed in the pavilion by the Wroclaw Academic Choir directed by Alan Urbanek and Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra. People can download and listen to the music at www.expo2010.com.pl. Poland Pavilion Highlight: The exterior walls or sides of the oblong quadrilateral structure will be patterned like a traditional paper cut-out and illuminated from within.Theme: People Create Cities What to see?

During the period, the exhibition space will be filled with light filtering in through the cut-out exterior wall patterns. Shadows of the paper-cut patterns will be projected on the ground inside the pavilion. At night, the pavilion will shine inside out with floating colors. Cut-out figures will seem to be dancing on the wall.

The inner solid walls of the pavilion will function as screens, on which scenes of Polish city life will be projected.

What to eat?

An open-air restaurant will be built on the rooftop of the pavilion. Some eco-friendly and healthy traditional Polish dishes will be served.

Want to have fun?

A 15-minute performance with orchestra and choir will resound in the pavilion during the exhibition.

A separate concert by the Polish composer Piotr Rubik and his band has been planned to celebrate Polish National Day in May 2010.

A "Shanghai Rhapsody" especially created for the 2010 Expo will be performed by the Wroclaw Academic Choir directed by Alan Urbanek and Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in the pavilion.
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Old August 6th, 2009, 08:32 PM   #307
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Hi hkskyline,
I've read this article yesterday. And still can't find, who was chosen as a GC (PM?), even people from Buro Happold don't know (they won a design contest in Poland).
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Hi hkskyline,
I've read this article yesterday. And still can't find, who was chosen as a GC (PM?), even people from Buro Happold don't know (they won a design contest in Poland).
Unfortunately, that's all I have been able to dig up from my searches. How about the website in the article?
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Belgium Pavilion picks Smurfs
6 August 2009
Shanghai Daily

SMURFS, the blue elf-like creatures, are ready to serve the Belgium Pavilion as its mascot during the 2010 Shanghai World Expo.

The Belgian animated creatures, created by Peyo in 1958, hit China in the 1980s with the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series and won countless domestic fans.

"Smurfs are lovely, kind and all good to others. They will not hurt anybody and are good people," said Leo Delcroix, the Belgian commissioner general.

The creatures are popular in both China and Europe and can be a good ambassador between China and Belgium, he added.

People dressed as Smurfs will welcome visitors while virtual Smurfs will present the pavilion's multimedia shows, he said.

The Belgian Expo team will decide whether a male or female Smurf would be the official mascot before naming it.

The pavilion will prepare an exhibition of all Belgium's famous cartoon characters, including Tintin, created by Herge in 1929.

Construction started yesterday on the cube-shaped pavilion, which will have 5,000 square meters of space.

A fifth of the space will be taken up by the European Union's exhibition, its Expo debut outside its member countries.

At the ground-breaking ceremony yesterday, officials from the Shanghai World Expo bureau, Belgium and EU as well as construction workers and a Belgian girl left their fingerprints, which will be showcased during the Expo.

Visitors will enjoy the "bon vivant" lifestyle of the continent. A mini chocolate factory will make authentic Belgium chocolate free for visitors.

The pavilion aims to attract investment from China as well as to promote Belgian investors to China, according to Didier Reynders, Belgian vice prime minister and minster of finance.
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Basically what the countries invest in this expo is a goldmine - many Chinese will visit this in order to catch a glimpse of the foreign lands they (yet) have no idea will offer them. As China will one day become the largest source of international tourists by 2020 (100 million), these countries stand alot to gain by widening their markets - tourism is after all the worlds biggest industry. The Little Mermaid statue being transported from Copenhagen, that will impress and educate the crowds could well be one of the best and most lucrative marketing ploys ever staged.
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Yes - visas to travel abroad are not easy to get, so ordinary Chinese will really want to see the Expo to see what they are not readily able to do.
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The lighting is tested last night outside one of the six "Sunny Valleys" at the 2010 World Expo site in Shanghai. The funnelshaped structures can divert sunlight into underground rooms and collect rainwater for recycling. The Sunny Valleys are on a major passage that links the Expo's main theme pavilions.
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Nanjing massacre film director to direct World Expo China pavilion film

BEIJING, Aug. 22 (Xinhua) -- The "City of Life and Death" director Lu Chuan will direct an eight-minute theme film of the China Pavilion of the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, Lu's assistant said on Saturday.

The 38-year-old director said the film would display "China's urbanization process over the past three decades."

The film will be shown in a cinema on the top story of the 49-meter high China Pavilion.

Although Lu is adept at documentary films, he said this time he would try a "poetic" one.

"During the eight minutes, it is a mission impossible to record the history of Chinese urbanization," he said.

Instead, the short film will present the audience a sense of the "massive scale and grand style" of the urbanization process, and the "unprecedented spirit and strong conviction" of the country's urban constructors, Lu said.

According to Lu, the film's production team is similar to that of "City of Life and Death," Known as "Nanjing, Nanjing" in Chinese, but all actors are new faces to the audience.

He said two leading roles of the film could represent Chinese people's "sunshine, energetic, confident and handsome" image.

Lu's talent has been greatly shown in his latest hit "City of Life and Death", which took him nearly four years and cost 11 million U.S. dollars to produce.

It is about the Nanjing massacre of Chinese civilians by the Imperial Japanese Army nearly 72 years ago.
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Malaysia's Pavilion To Promote Tourism And Trade
August 29, 2009 00:10 AM

SHANGHAI, Aug 28 (Bernama) -- Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen and Shanghai's City Council deputy secretary-general Hong Hao on Friday performed the ground-breaking ceremony for Malaysia's pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo here.

The pavilion, with the theme of "1Malaysia: Harmonised City Living" will be completed by the year end.

Dr Ng said Malaysia's theme was in tune with the expo theme, "Better City, Better Living", as it showcased the strengths of Malaysia's city living.

"When it comes to city living, people want good quality of life. Therefore, the concept of the pavilion portrays Malaysia's harmonious multicultural society, elements of nature, modern facilities and the nation's achievements," she told Malaysian reporters after the ground-breaking ceremony.

Dr Ng said Malaysia's pavilion would also showcase the country's various tourist attractions, services and products, as the aim was not just to promote its tourism industry but also as a destination for trade and investment.

As such, she said, the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) would take charge of showcasing the latest developments of Malaysian products such as palm oil, rubber, electronic goods and timber.

Dr Ng said the design of the pavilion combined cultural and heritage elements, including Negeri Sembilan's architectural design, with modernity.

The 3,000-square metre Malaysia Pavilion is expected to receive 10,000 to 15,000 visitors daily, during the World Expo to be held from May 1 to Oct 31 next year.

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Lottery to help quake areas
27 August 2009
Shanghai Daily

TICKETS in the 2010 World Expo-themed welfare lottery will start selling across the country tomorrow with a top prize of 300,000 yuan (US$43,920).

All profits will be donated to the earthquake-affected areas of southwestern China's Sichuan Province.

People can buy the "scratch-and-win" tickets at Century Square on Nanjing Road E. from 2pm tomorrow when some performances will be staged to celebrate the launch.

Another two sales outlets will be set up at Grand Gateway shopping mall in Xujiahui and Thumb Plaza in Pudong.

The tickets, with 17 designs of four series of themes, will sell at prices of 5 yuan, 10 yuan and 20 yuan and be in both Chinese and English.

Buyers can check whether they have won a prize instantly by scraping an area on the tickets.

Top prize for the 5 yuan ticket is 100,000 yuan, while 200,000 yuan is the top prize for a 10 yuan ticket and 300,000 yuan for a 20 yuan ticket.

Up to 65 percent of revenue from ticket sales will be pooled as prize money. The rest will be donated to the May 12, 2008, earthquake-affected areas, according to rules set by China's Ministry of Civil Affairs.

Tickets would incorporate World Expo elements and may become collectors' items, the ministry said.
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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.
well,after Beijing Olympics, China now somehow has the reputation of turning mediocrity into miracle

it's just as if China is trying continuing its legend by saying 'hey, we could make a jaw-dropping Olympiad, we'll surprise you with a stunning EXPO too! It'll be your loss if you miss the party!'

glad the US won't be missing it!

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