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Pacific pavilion passes inspection

Bernadette Ganilau, director of the joint pavilion for Pacific Oceania nations at next year's Expo, received technical documents related to the pavilion on behalf of 16 participants from Pacific Oceania islands on December 8.

Haibao continues his HK tour to promote Expo

The 2010 World Expo mascot Haibao is making a new home at Sha Tin Park in downtown Hong Kong after his six-month stay at Victoria Park.

France Pavilion welcomes first newly-wed

Jose Freches, the France Pavilion's commissioner general, granted a wedding certificate to the first couple attending the dream weddings organized by the pavilion late last month.

3-day, 7-day ticket sales start amid huge demand

Starting in January, you'll be able to buy three and seven-day tickets for the 2010 Shanghai World Expo that will allow you to visit the Expo several times at a cheaper price.

Shanghai Expo kicks off staff training

An Expo staff training program covering up to 200,000 people will start, according to a preparatory meeting held Saturday.

Brazil promises large participation at Expo

Brazil will have large participation at next year's Shanghai World Expo, the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex) said on Friday.

Canadian PM reveals Canada Pavilion for Expo 2010

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper reveals the Canada Pavilion for Expo 2010 in Shanghai December 5, 2009. Harper visited and revealed the Expo pavilion in Shanghai Saturday.

Prime Minister Harper visits Canada Pavilion

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper inspected the construction site of the Canada Pavilion at the World Expo Shanghai grounds Saturday morning and thanked workers for their hard work to make the construction one of the fastest at the Expo site.

Students submit videos for China Pavilion

Officials in charge of a nationwide search for videos to be broadcast at the China Pavilion Thursday called on university students to take an active part in the event.

Santa Claus to show up at Finland Pavilion

Santa Claus will send his best greetings and gifts to Chinese people at World Expo 2010's Finland Pavilion, according to the office in charge of the country's participation.

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