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Shanghai gears up for end of event

Road transportation within the Expo Garden and water transportation to the site have been prepared for the final month of Expo 2010 Shanghai in anticipation of another travel peak.

Security remains paramount

The city's top official on Thursday urged Expo workers to step up security as the event moves into its final 30 days.

Taiwan Pavilion copes with fake tickets

From today, the Taiwan Pavilion will distribute reservation tickets only once a day at 9:30 am at the entrance. All the 4,000 tickets will be given out in the morning.

Change Expo tickets for holiday visit

Holders of Expo 2010 tickets can swap a 160-yuan (US$23.46) standard day ticket for two night tickets (90 yuan each) during the National Day holiday from Oct 1-7, the Expo Organizer has announced.

Module to carry bright ideas to the stars

A chip containing the 100 most innovative prospects for life in the year 2038 was sealed on Tuesday in Beijing and will be the first item to be placed on board China's first space module to be launched next year.

China Pavilion to reopen after Expo

The China Pavilion, the top attraction at the Expo 2010 Shanghai, is scheduled to reopen in the city on Dec 1, one month after the event closes, organizers said on Wednesday.

China Pavilion to extend exhibitions after Expo

China's popular World Expo pavilion will extend its exhibitions to visitors from December after the international fair ends on October 31, but its future use remains unclear, a pavilion official said Wednesday.

Munich Beer Festival kicks off at Expo

Performers display the Bavaria's song and dance.The Germany Pavilion will present a taste of its famous Oktoberfest from the state of Bavaria. Oktoberfest is also known as the Munich Beer Festival. The festival runs through Saturday and will include plenty of German beer, song and dance performances as well as games. Visitors will also have a chance to win a trip to Bavaria by participating in online games on the state's Chinese website.

Day 150 reports smooth operation at Expo

Some 340,400 people entered the Expo site by 9 pm on Sept 27.

Organizer issues new Expo ticket policy

Holders of standard tickets will be allowed to visit the World Expo during the National Day holiday from Oct 1-7 if they pay an additional 40 yuan (US$6), the organizer said.

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