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Fujian to exhibit precious jade sculpture

The largest jade sculpture of sea goddess Mazu on the mainland will be exhibited at Fujian Province's Expo 2010 pavilion, which will offer a close-up look at the province's landscape, culture and performances.

Hubei highlights watery charms

Central China's Hubei Province, known for its rich water resources, will create a flowing exhibition at the 2010 World Expo, from the philosophy of water to people's wisdom in using it.

Hunan Pavilion components on the road

The first batch of components for the Hunan Pavilion is heading to Shanghai, making Central China's Hunan Province one of the first domestic participants to start pavilion construction and exhibition arrangement.

Garb inspired by Norway's mountains, China's red

Staff at the World Expo 2010's Norwegian Pavilion will wear uniforms inspired by the Scandinavian country's traditional mountain anoraks and highlighting traditional Chinese red.

Pining and dining: Norway back to nature

For Reinhard Kropf and Siv Helene Stangeland, the Norwegian couple who designed this year's $22.8-million (156 million yuan) Norway pavilion, nature holds the key to a better life.

Wanted: Emperor and Consort for Shaanxi Pavilion

The search is on for two people from Shaanxi Province who most resemble Emperor Xuanzong of the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD) and his consort Yang Yuhuan.

At Tibet pavilion, a scenic 'rail trip'

Breath-taking scenery along the world's highest train line, the Qinghai-Tibet Railway, will await visitors to the Expo pavilion of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

Tan's 'wind' tune to rock Expo

Oscar-winning composer Tan Dun has come up with the theme of his contribution to the 2010 World Expo - a "wind rock" conveying the message of eco protection.

Peruvian cuisine to help draw visitors at Expo 2010

Some 40,000 people of the millions expected to visit the Expo 2010 will stop by the Peruvian pavilion and sample the country's rich and diverse cuisine.

HK and Macao ready for impressive showcases

Hong Kong has planned two visual art exhibitions and a raft of performances including opera, dance and multi-media shows for the upcoming Expo, while Macau has witnessed smooth construction of its pavilions.

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