Home>News Center>China

Shanghai can learn from Aichi Expo: Vice Premier
Updated: 2005-05-17 20:44

Shanghai, which will hold theWorld Exposition in 2010, can learn from the Expo 2005 Aichi, visiting Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi said on Tuesday.

The Expo 2005 Aichi under the theme of "Nature's Wisdom" demonstrates comprehensively the relations between the human being and nature, and bears the telling characteristics of the time, Wu said at a reception hosted by the Japan-China Investment Promotion Organization.

"We want to learn as much experience as possible from the Expo 2005 Aichi so that we can use them for reference in the preparation for the show in Shanghai," she said.

Wu arrived in Nagoya on the day, kicking off her eight-day travel in Japan. She is scheduled to visit the Expo 2005 Aichi on Thursday and attend the opening ceremony of the China's Day.

Also among the topics is exchanging views with figures from allwalks of life in Japan on how to materialize the consensus regarding the improvement of Sino-Japanese relationship. Chinese President Hu Jintao and Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi agreed on a five-point proposal brought up by Hu last month in Jakarta on the sidelines of the Asia-Africa summit.

Wu will fly to Tokyo on Thursday and is expected to meet with Japanese politicians. The vice premier, who is in charge of trade and foreign investment, will deliver a speech at a symposium there entitled "The Future of Asia."

  Today's Top News     Top China News

Hu: A developing China will benefit global businesses



China will act on yuan, but on its terms



Time Warner in talks for China TV tie-ups



WHA rejects Taiwan-related proposal



Chiang: Momentum key to cross-Straits ties



Jilin in running for nuclear power plant


  Forex trade expansion not mean to revalue yuan
  Great forum, great Beijing
  Hu Jintao meets Kissinger in Beijing
  Zeng: Consuming less energy to quadrupling GDP
  Draft of G-4 to undermine UN reform process: FM
  Bad weather kills 24, injures hundreds in China
  Go to Another Section  
  Story Tools  
  Related Stories  
Vice Premier Wu Yi arrives in Japan for visit
Vice Premier heads to Japan to repair ties
US told not to mix trade with politics
US told not to mix trade with politics
Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi to visit Japan
Gao Qiang appointed Health Minister to replace Wu Yi
Vice-Premier Wu Yi meets with US commerce secretary
  News Talk  
  It is time to prepare for Beijing - 2008