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Martial monks vow to bare 'iron vests'

It doesn't matter what threads you wear to the Shanghai World Expo, China's ceramics-smashing Buddhist monks will have you wearing an "iron vest" in no time.

City boosts Expo licensed products

Shanghai Municipal Government will boost the sales of Expo licensed products, said Yang Xiong, Shanghai Executive Vice Mayor and executive deputy director of the Executive Committee of the World Expo 2010 Shanghai.

Shanghai Expo-themed float to be shown at US Parade

A colorfully decorated float dedicated to the Shanghai 2010 World Expo will be featured in next year's Pasadena Rose Parade in California to lure more visitors from abroad to the Expo.

Clinton working her magic to woo backers to expo dream

Hillary Clinton, the United States secretary of state, refashioned Monday a line from the US movie Field of Dreams to urge American companies to sponsor the country's pavilion at next year's World Expo in Shanghai.

USA Pavilion launches recruitment drive in China

The USA Pavilion at the World Expo Shanghai 2010 has begun recruiting more than 200 staff in China.

Shanghai mayor: Expo preparation well on track

Preparation for the 2010 World Expo is proceeding in a "powerful, orderly and effective" manner, Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng told the 7th World Expo International Forum on November 12 in Beijing.

Clinton appeals for sponsorship for US pavilion

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton paid a visit to 2010 Shanghai Expo site on Monday, when she appealed for sponsorship for the US pavilion.

US Secretary of State speaks at USA pavilion of Shanghai Expo

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers a speech during her visit to the USA pavilion for the 2010 Shanghai World Expo in Shanghai, Nov. 16, 2009.

Wen: 2010 World Expo chance for China, world

The 2010 World Expo to be held in China is a chance both for the country and the world, said Premier Wen Jiabao at an international forum of the Shanghai Expo held here Thursday.

Expo leaders say H1N1 won't hurt attendance

The spread of H1N1 flu will have little impact upon next year's World Expo in Shanghai, organizers of the event said Thursday.

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