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Expo a rare opportunity for nation's exhibition industry

The Shanghai Expo, opening on May 1, will be a test of China's ability to host large-scale expositions and a historical opportunity for the Chinese exhibition industry.

Interview: Albania to show history, culture at Expo

Albania will show its history, culture and economic development to the outside world at the upcoming Shanghai Expo, a senior official said on Wednesday.

Expo to be platform for world to know China better

The Expo 2010 Shanghai China is expected to reflect today's real picture of China's economic development and national strength and help rectify the wrong perception others have on it.

Afghan official: Expo to boost Sino-Afghan trade relations

Afghan companies attending the Shanghai World Expo are looking forward to inking trade agreements with their Chinese counterparts, an official said Tuesday.

Jackie Chan: Environment on center stage

As an actor, I have visited many countries and countless cities big and small. I have traveled from Hong Kong to Hollywood, from China to the outside world and then back to my homeland again.

Ding Yihui: Urbanization affects climate

World Expo 2010 Shanghai will be another landmark event for China to present itself to the world after the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. As a Shanghainese working in Beijing, I would like to extend my best wishes for the success of this great event.

Interaction with visitors crucial to success at Shanghai Expo

The Shanghai World Expo Commissioner-General for Australia Lyndall Sachs has said in an exclusive interview Xinhua that mutual interaction with the visitors in Expo is crucial to success.

Li Yining: Legacy of generations past

When London hosted the first World Expo over 150 years ago, China had just suffered a disastrous defeat in the Opium War and was forced to sign an unequal treaty, ceding territories and paying indemnities under humiliating terms. By then, underpinned by eight decades of Industrial Revolution, Britain had become the first industrialized country in the world, and its ships were plying the waters of the world, including coastal and inland areas of China.

Tsung-Dao Lee: Exploring 'dark' mysteries

Our earth is not a big planet in the solar system, and the sun does not stand out from the rest of the 400 billion stars in the whole galaxy which also looks very tiny in the universe. However, thanks to our ancestors who created the Chinese civilization, this planet blessed with brown earth and blue water cherishes more distinctive features with greater intelligence and better human ethics than any other parts of the universe.

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