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The urban experience at Expo

Shanghai has always been a city open to the influence of many cultures, combining the best parts of these cultures to create a city with its own unique features.

Driving into the future at SAIC-GM Pavilion

Men love cars as much as women love diamonds, which may explain why it is mostly male visitors to the Expo that are prepared to endure the heat and long lines to get into the SAIC-GM Pavilion.

Visions for the life in 2030

Ever wondered what the future of transportation will look like? The short movie at the SAIC-GM Pavilion shares its views with visitors in a high-tech, 4D theater.

Canadians' double celebration

Governor General of Canada Michaelle Jean, accompanied by an official delegation, paid a visit to the Expo Garden on Thursday to celebrate Canada's National Pavilion Day, which coincided with the country's national day.

Locals rush to avail gifted visit

Thousands of local residents rushed to the Expo Garden on Wednesday as the tickets in the first batch of Expo gift packs given out by the municipal government expired on the last day of June.

Expo staff jump the queues

Expo organizers on Wednesday pledged to come down heavily on staff members who take advantage of their position to queue up outside pavilions before the opening hours.

Mermaid event gets online attention

The recent live broadcast of a few people swimming, with some even climbing up to the head of the famous Little Mermaid sculpture in the Mermaid Pool at the Denmark Pavilion, has aroused much controversy online.

Expo causes sharp surge in travel costs

Expo 2010 Shanghai visitors will likely see a 20 percent jump in travel agency fees in the Yangtze River Delta Region before additional increases in the coming months.

Express trains to replace CHR btw two cities

A total of 25 round-trips on high-speed railway trains running between Shanghai and Nanjing will be cancelled from July 1, when express trains begin operations between the two cities, said a spokesman for the Shanghai Railway Bureau.

Visitors vandalize pavilion exhibits

Just two months into the Expo 2010 Shanghai, some countries have reported items in their exhibitions damaged and even missing.

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