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China Holds Closing Ceremony for Shanghai World Expo
The 184-day Shanghai World Expo came to the end as a closing ceremony started in Shanghai Sunday evening
-Expo Participants Issue Shanghai Declaration
-Farewell to Shanghai World Expo
-Ban: Shanghai World Expo 'Remarkable, Historic' Event
-Shanghai Passes Expo to Milan
-Full Text of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's Speech at Summit Forum
-Full Text of Ban Ki-moon's Remarks at Summit Forum
-Number of Visitors to World Expo Exceeds 70 Mln
-Record Number of Visitors Swarm into Expo Site
-Space Initiative Asks for Young Ideas
-WHO Expert: Food Safety Control System Works Well in Expo
-Security Remains Paramount for Expo
-China National Pavilion Day Marked at Expo
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Episode Seven: Shanghai World Financial Center
Episode Eight: Riverside Avenue
Nepal Shines at the Expo
Expo Pavilions Commended
On October 30, 34 Expo's pavilions received awards for their achievements in terms of architectural structure, interior decoration and innovation
- Take the Expo Home
Many visitors acquire Expo-related souvenirs to remind them of the Expo experience
- Wisdom of an Ancient City
Kaifeng—the city portrayed in the painting Along the River During the Qingming Festival—created an urban model 1,000 years ago that many later dynasties followed
- Experiencing Tibet
The Tibet Pavilion at the World Expo in Shanghai serves to introduce guests to the wonders of this beautiful area
Pros and Cons of Hosting World Expo
Destinies of Non-Permanent Buildings at Expo
-China and the World Expo
-Expo 2008 in Zaragoza, Spain
-Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan
-Expo 2000 in Hanover, Germany
-Espresso Coffee Machine
NO. 34, 2010
NO. 24, 2010
NO. 19, 2010
For Light and Truth
The past and present of St. John's University in Shanghai
Shanghai on Film
The metropolis is a legend itself, offering a stage for cultural exchange and fusion
Shanghai through Local Writers' Eyes
Five renowed writers share their feelings for their hometown
NO. 18, 2010
-Destination Shanghai
-A Committed City
-Shanghai Keeps Its Cool
NO. 19, 2009
-Expo's a Go!
-Shanghai Landmarks
-A Long Love Affair
NO. 29, 2007
-A Tale of Two Cities
-Through Foreigners' Eyes
-Bridging Dreams and Reality
-Waibaidu Bridge: Recording Shanghai's Bittersweet Memories
-That's Shanghai
-Economic Development
-The Man behind Tianzifang
-Shanghai Museum
-The Bund
-Destination Shanghai
-Old Bund, New Look
-Shanghai Landmarks
-A Cultural Feast
Chai Peigen
Senior architect at the China Architecture Design & Research Institute
'My City, My Home'
Wang Jiaquan
41, project manager
'Huizhou: The Eco-City'
Expo Serves as Platform for Public Diplomacy
The Shanghai World Expo strengthens the United States' friendly ties with China and other nations
Losses and Gains
There are those in developing countries, including China, who are aware of the importance of their own cultural heritage
Lessons From the Expo's Trial Operation
The purpose of the World Expo is to add to visitors' knowledge and enhance their culture
How to Be a Better City?
Even more important to a city is its citizens' cultural quality, which greatly influences the city's culture
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