China Pavilion highlight of Dubai Expo with future-shaping technologies

Xinhua | Updated: 2021-10-01 21:43
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Photo taken on Oct 1, 2021 shows the opening ceremony of the China Pavilion of Expo 2020 Dubai in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates. Covering an area of 4,636 square meters, the China Pavilion is one of the largest at the expo. Featuring a lantern-shaped design, the pavilion is called "The Light of China," symbolizing hope and a bright future. [Photo/Xinhua]

DUBAI - Departing from Beijing, passing through Shanghai, then traveling all the way to Abu Dhabi before arriving at Dubai ... visitors of different nationalities take turns to enjoy a "test drive" in China's high-speed train for a dreamlike virtual trip.

The railway simulator, featuring a model of the locomotive and cockpit of China's Fuxing bullet train, a notable feat of the country's railway technological innovation, is one of the dazzling displays inside the lantern-shaped China Pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai, which opened its doors on Friday.

Under the banner of "Build a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind -- Innovation & Opportunity," the China Pavilion gives center stage to the country's latest achievements in such fields as space exploration, information technology, and artificial intelligence (AI), offering a futuristic vision for the better life of human beings.

In a video message for the China Pavilion, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday wished the expo a "full success," saying that China is ready to enhance exchanges and cooperation with other countries to seize the opportunities for innovation-driven development and actively promote the building of a community with a shared future for mankind.

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