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1. UAE attracts over 2m visitors at Shanghai Expo
2010. 2 NovemberOfficial pleased with success as structure is returned to be reassembled in the capital
* The UAE pavilion at the Shanghai Expo. Shaped like sand dunes, the structure dominated the skyline of the national pavilions on the banks of Shanghai’s Huangpu River. The pavilion was very popular, with visitors lining up to see three multimedia shows about life and culture in the UAE. Image Credit: Arno Maierbrugger/Gulf News
by Arno Maierbrugger
(gulfnews.com) Dubai: The iconic pavilion of the UAE at the World Expo in Shanghai, which closed its doors on October 31, received almost 2 million visitors during the six month event, organisers said. Click here >> more info...
2. Yume Robo climbing robots
2010. 1 Novemberby Mark R
(coolest-gadgets.com) The Shanghai Expo saw some interesting exhibits such as the end of the driverless vehicles trip, and then these three guys.
This trio are known as Yume Robo, and they have been climbing up and down this 15-meter wall at the Japanese pavilion every 20 minutes, for approximately 184 days. The three robot team was created by some group of engineers “at 15 small and midsize companies in Osaka”.Click here >> more info...
3. Never say goodbye to the World Expo
2010. 1 Novemberby Xu Lin
(china.org.cn) It's the afternoon of October 31, the last day of Shanghai World Expo 2010. Visitors are still queuing outside the pavilions, chatting to each other. Staff are still introducing the exhibitions and volunteers are ushering people into the pavilions. All are savoring the final moments of the great event. No one wants to leave. Click here >> more info...
4. Shanghai's World Expo: The Curtain Falls
2010. 1 Novemberby Tom Doctoroff
(huffingtonpost.com) At yesterday's closing ceremony for the Shanghai World Expo, China's Prime Minister, Wen Jiaobao, expressed lofty sentiments regarding the event's impact: "Only when the ideas behind the accomplishments of civilizations are shared can they become treasures for all of humanity and be carried on forever."
Judging by these poetic, open-armed standards, the Expo has been a colossal failure. Despite the official tally of 73 million visitors, the vast majority of them mainland Chinese, the world's response to Shanghai's self-proclaimed moment in the sun has been been a gigantic, collective yawn. And no wonder.Click here >> more info...
5. GM Wraps Up Shanghai Expo Presence
2010. 1 NovemberGM SAIC time capsule
(autoevolution.com) The honeymoon American manufacturer GM had with its Chinese partner SAIC at the Shanghai World Expo 2010 is about to end, after for some six months no less than 2.2 million visitors came by to visit.
To mark the end of their first joint exhibition, GM and SAIC will create a time capsule, containing a SAIC-GM Pavilion brochure (Freedom of Mobility Brings People Closer Together) pavilion videos and a T-shirt on which the visitors wrote Click here >> more info...
6. Full text of Premie Wen's speech
2010. 31 OctoberChinese Premier Wen Jiabao addresses the opening ceremony of the Expo 2010 Shanghai China Summit Forum held in Shanghai, east China, Oct. 31, 2010. The Shanghai World Expo 2010 is set to be closed later here Sunday.(Xinhua/Pang Xinglei)
(news.xinhuanet.com) The following is the full text of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's speech delivered at the opening ceremony of Expo 2010 Shanghai China Summit Forum held in Shanghai, east China, Oct. 31, 2010. Click here >> more info...
7. End of Expo: Why Expo 2010 Mattered
2010. 31 Octoberby Adam Minter
(shanghaiscrap.com) The personal and professional interests of the foreign media in China have never had much in common with the average Chinese people with whom they cover. Sometimes, this is a good and necessary thing: if the foreign media won’t cover Chinese dissidents, who will? But often, this produces absurd results that distort – for readers and viewers outside of China – what matters to China. Click here >> more info...
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