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Russia Pavilion distributes badges to mark V-Day

Russia Pavilion on Sunday distributed badges to visitors for marking the 65th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II (WWII).

More visitors buy tickets on site: Expo on 8th day

About 202,600 visitors had entered the Expo Site by 7:30pm yesterday on the exposition’s eighth day. About 35,000 tickets were sold at the gates.

USA Pavilion welcomes 113 girl students

USA Pavilion today invited 113 students of the Shanghai No.3 Girls High School to tour the pavilion. Afterwards, they enjoyed a performance held by the Philadelphia Orchestra in the America Square of the Expo Site in May 8 morning.

Expo showcases world cities' past and present

At the Shanghai Expo's Barcelona Pavilion in the Best Urban Practice Area, images of Barcelona's past and present are projected onto big mirrors. They show how the city's "old town" was preserved even as city expanded.

Sierra Leone National Pavilion Day celebrated at Expo

As the first African state to hold National Pavilion Day, the Republic of Sierra Leone celebrates its Pavilion Day on Friday inside the Joint-Africa Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo Site.

National Pavilion Day of Israel celebrated at Expo

Officials cut the ribbon in front of the Israel Pavilion to mark the National Pavilion Day of Israel at the Expo site in Shanghai, May 6, 2010.

Injured Maltese president gets personal visit from Hu

Malta President George Abela missed the opening ceremony of the World Expo in Shanghai because of a leg injury, but later had an experience during his stay in China that he says he will remember forever.

Fewer numbers mean easier Expo

The number of visitors to Expo 2010 Shanghai has fallen short of expectations but the lower count has been a relief to many as this means a more comfortable and satisfactory tour for visitors.

Einstein's original 'E=mc2' notes on display in Israel pavilion

Israel's artists joined with Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra members to give performances at the Expo Center on Thursday evening, celebrating Israel's National Pavilion Day at Expo 2010 Shanghai.

South Africa pavilion opens amid Cup fever

The explosion of African color and culture surrounding next month's FIFA World Cup will make for a more entertaining event than the one seen in Germany four years ago, South African officials said at the opening of their Expo pavilion on Thursday.

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