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Continuity of Expo legacies stressed

Innovation and openness to diversity are two major legacies the Shanghai World Expo will leave behind, but to carry on this spiritual heritage after the Expo has closed is a more important mission, a China Pavilion vice director said.

China Pavilion about more than just pride

Getting up before sunrise to queue for a ticket or paying extra money to guarantee entrance may sound hideous, but for many visitors that is insignificant.

Indonesian president to visit World Expo

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will visit the World Expo in Shanghai, China, before it is closed on October 31, following success of Indonesian pavilion in attracting visitors.

Performances open Xinjiang Week

Xinjiang Week kicked off at the Expo Garden's Baosteel Stage on Sunday with performers from the northwestern autonomous region putting on an ethnic song and dance show.

Cambodian King leaves for Shanghai World Expo

Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni left here on Monday for China to attend the celebration of China's National Pavilion Day at Shanghai World Expo 2010 at the invitation of China.

Expo thronged with record number of visitors

The Shanghai World Expo saw its daily visitors top 600,000 Thursday, the highest number since the Expo opened in May.

Vigor Matrix Show takes visitors to another dimension

The 8-minute Vigor Matrix Show uses 1,008 "floating balls" imported from Germany and serves as the star attraction of the China Private Enterprise Pavilion on the Puxi side of the Expo Garden.

Sexy Shanghai tops city ranking

The eastern metropolis of Shanghai, the economic hub of Hong Kong and the sprawling city of Chongqing have been named the top three "sexy cities" in China, a new survey shows.

Living in the Land of Smiles

The exciting presentations in the Thailand Pavilion are brilliant enough to entice those thinking about exploring the country to go there and see for themselves.

Integrating waterfronts into city life

The redevelopment of Shanghai's Bund waterfront provides a lesson in urban engineering, but there is still room to improve the spatial integration of the city's housing and office space, particularly in Pudong, according to a leading executive from Germany's $10-billion HafenCity project.

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