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1426. New emergency escape windows fitted to buses
2009. 7 Septemberby Zha Minjie
(shanghaidaily.com) Emergency escape windows will be installed on about 8,000 city buses before the 2010 World Expo opens in May next year, transport authorities have revealed.
All new buses must now be fitted with escape windows opposite the rear door, and old buses will be gradually fitted with the emergency windows. Click here >> more info...
1427. Haibao revealed in cartoon series
2009. 7 Septemberby Yang Jian
(shanghaidaily.com) More people, especially children, have started to recognize Haibao, the mascot of the World Expo 2010 Shanghai. With the event coming closer, the sea-blue, elf-like figure waving two hands and with a shock of hair sticking up at the top of his "head," like an unruly curl, has become popular among more people around the world.
But do you know whether Haibao is a boy or girl? The mascot is lively or shy? What is the mascot's favorite food? Where does Haibao come from and does Haibao have any superpowers? Click here >> more info...
1428. 8 Tips for SMBs Doing Business in China
2009. 7 Septemberby Hal Josephson
(bmighty.com) The fast-growing Chinese market offers a huge opportunity -- even for small and midsize companies. These invaluable suggestions can help your company take advantage of the potential, without getting burned.
China will soon surpass Japan to become the second largest economy in the world. Never on earth has a country moved so quickly to become a significant economic global player. China's GDP is up 7.5% this year despite a worldwide recession and the average Chinese income now tops $3,000 -- and runs much higher in the countryh's more developed regions in the East. In the next 20 years, some 300 million Chinese are expected to move from the countryside into more than 100 emerging cities. Click here >> more info...
1429. Interview with H.E. Ambassador Song Zhe
2009. 7 September(fmprc.gov.cn) Song Zhe: China-EU relationship enjoys a solid foundation and broad prospects. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations, our relationship has been forging ahead, and our cooperation has been expanding. In recent years, our relationship was elevated to Comprehensive and Strategic Partnership. Our cooperation was fruitful in all fields and brings real benefit to our people. We are now most important partners in trade, investment, techonology, international affairs and many other areas. Click here >> more info...
1430. BSY invites China party chief to Investors Meet
2009. 6 SeptemberChief Minister B S Yeddyurappa talks to Yu Zhengsheng, Shanghai Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, in Beijing on Saturday
(expressbuzz.com) Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, who has been on a tour in China for the last few days, has invited Chinese Communist Party(CCP) secretary of Shanghai, Yu Zhengsheng, who is also the second highest authority in the party, to participate in the Global Investors Meet to be held at Bangalore in January next year.According to a press release the Chief Minister has met the Chinese leader in Shanghai on Saturday. Click here >> more info...
1431. China stages biggest maritime rescue exercise
2009. 4 SeptemberA rescue ship sprinkles water to control the fire on a passenger ship after a "collision" during a maritime rescue exercise in the East China Sea, on Sept. 4, 2009. China's maritime rescue services staged their biggest ever exercise in the East China Sea Friday to test the country's maritime rescue capabilities and security for the Shanghai World Expo in 2010.(Xinhua Photo)
by Li Jianmin
(news.xinhuanet.com) China's maritime rescue services staged their biggest ever exercise in the East China Sea Friday to test rescue capabilities Click here >> more info...
1432. Liverpool Expo Pavilion Unveiled
2009. 4 September(nwda.co.uk) The organisers of Liverpool’s presence at the World Expo 2010 have unveiled the Pavilion which will showcase the city during the six-month event in Shanghai.
The Pavilion will shine a spotlight on the city’s assets and strengths for millions of visitors attending one of the world’s biggest events.Click here >> more info...
1433. Hypsos Leisure Asia wins expo contract
2009. 4 September(news.gov.hk) The project management services contract for Hong Kong's exhibition at the Urban Best Practices Area at World Exposition 2010 Shanghai China has been awarded to Hypsos Leisure Asia.
Acting Permanent Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development (Communications & Technology) Alan Siu said the exhibition will show how Hong KongClick here >> more info...
1434. "Green Scale" of the World Expo is needed by the City
2009. 4 SeptemberBy Xia Rong
Translated by Wang Jing, Gao Ying
(english.eastday.com) These days, a series of environmental protection policy has been applied in Shanghai to have it ready for the World Expo, such as, limiting the entrance of high-emission vehicles to downtown area, eliminating the supply of #90 gasoline, applying the GB-IV standard for new vehicle manufactures in advance, and encouraging the retirement of used cars, Click here >> more info...
1435. National Day to light up city
2009. 4 Septemberby Cai Wenjun and Lu Feiran
(shanghaidaily.com) Big lighting displays and 6.5 million pots of flowers will decorate the city for the upcoming National Day holiday from October 1.
New garden beds will be planted along main streets and in the downtown area for the National Day holiday, which will act as a rehearsal for the 2010 World Expo in the city, said officials from Shanghai Greenery and Public Sanitation Bureau yesterday. Click here >> more info...
1436. Touch screens offer new ad strategy
2009. 4 Septemberby Ding Yining
(shanghaidaily.com) Miriam Yuan searched for information about exhibitions and shows in Shanghai and even took a quiz about Shanghai Expo when she was recently stuck in a taxi during rush hour traffic.
She had neither a mobile phone nor a laptop to access the Internet. Instead, she was using the touch-screen device mounted on the back of the passenger seat in front of her. Click here >> more info...
1437. Shanghai Corporate Pavillion
2009. 3 Septemberby Sebastian J.
(archdaily.com) In the past months we’ve been featuring several pavillions from the countries participating in the Shanghai World Expo 2010 (and many more to come). Today, we bring you the Shanghai Corporate Pavillion, designed by Atelier Feichang Jianzhu. More images and full architect’s description, after the break.
In 1976, Centre Pompidou in Paris, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, turned the building inside out and made utility ductworksClick here >> more info...
1438. Pudong Shangri-la: The Shangheight Of Luxury
2009. 3 September(etbmice.com) It's always a pleasure to return to a hotel that feels like home. The fact that a 948-room property can pull this off is a credit to Pudong Shangri-la, one of the first five-star hotels of international standard in Shanghai and still setting benchmarks for competitors striving to match its level of excellence.
Maybe I just like the idea of home being a double-towered complex linked by a marble walkway lined with delightful goods in the shops and delectable foods in the mouth courtesy of the fine eateries that make Pudong Shangri-la a popular destination for locals as well as visitors. The River Wing was the first five-star hotel on the Pudong side of Shanghai's Huangpu River;Click here >> more info...
1439. 80% of Outdoor Landscape Lights in Shanghai Expo Site Will Use LED Lights
2009. 3 September(pr-inside.com/) It is revealed that in Shanghai World Expo, 2010, about 80% of outdoor landscape lights in the Expo Site will use LED lights. As one of the first cities taking part in the LED lighting plan of 10,000 lights each in ten cities initiated by China Ministry of Science and Technology, Shanghai is gradually expanding LED energy-saving lights and signal lights. It is estimated that in Shanghai, LEDs will finally replace traditional lights in the next 3 to 5 years. Click here >> more info...
1440. World Expo Shanghai to set up pavilion for the disabled
2009. 3 September(news.xinhuanet.com) The upcoming World Expo 2010 in Shanghai will have a pavilion for disabled persons, the first in the World Expo's 160-year history.
The pavilion, titled "sheng ming yang guang", or life sunshine, will cover 1,200 square meters within the expo's theme pavilion. It has been jointly sponsored by the China Disabled Persons Federation (CDPF) and Shanghai Disabled Persons Federation,Click here >> more info...
1441. Mister Donut targets Shanghai
2009. 2 Septemberby Jin Jing
(shanghaidaily.com) American donut chain Mister Donut announced yesterday it plans to have 66 stores in Shanghai by 2013 amid expectation the catering industry will grow faster especially with the Shanghai 2010 World Expo coming up. Click here >> more info...
1442. How my nagging made Shanghai roads safer
2009. 2 Septemberby Linda Yu
(chinadaily.com.cn) My expat friend jokes the "Linda factor" - a term awarded to me after pestering him on the dos and don'ts of drinking and driving - may have convinced him not to join his ball buddies for a few rounds of post-game beer the other night.
But then he quickly adds, maybe not.Click here >> more info...
1443. Anglo-gothic gem
2009. 2 Septemberby Nancy Zhang
(shanghaidaily.com) As the World Expo Shanghai draws near, the rush is on to preserve the city's architectural heritage. Once horribly "modernized" and renovated, the old Shanghai University of Science and Technology in Yangpu District is being restored. Nancy Zhang reports on the preservation of this Anglo-Gothic architectural gem.
Click here >> more info...
1444. Underground link to the skies
2009. 1 Septemberby Dong Zhen
(shanghaidaily.com) Travelrs will be able to avoid highway congestion and take the subway to Shanghai's Hongqiao Airport in February, based on current construction progress, the builder said yesterday.
The city-run construction headquarters for the Hongqiao Integrated Traffic Hub project is now building an 8.58-kilometer-long, three-station leg to extend Metro Line 2 to the airport. When the extension is finished, travelers will be able to arrive at the new East Station and take walkways to the airport's new terminal. Click here >> more info...
1445. Chinese vice premier meets with Latvian PM
2009. 1 SeptemberChinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu (L) shakes hands with Latvian Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis during their meeting in Riga, capital of Latvia, Aug. 31, 2009. (Xinhua/Yang Dehong)
(news.xinhuanet.com) Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu held talks with Latvian Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis here on Monday to discuss bilateral ties. Click here >> more info...
1446. Fake Haibaos and souvenirs
2009. 1 SeptemberPeddlers sell fake versions of the Expo mascot Haibao and other souvenirs on Nanjing Road Pedestrian Mall.
by Yang Jian
(shanghaidaily.com) I know I bought a fake Haibao, but I don't care, it's just a souvenir and is much cheaper," a tourist surnamed Wang from China's Sichuan Province said. She just paid 15 yuan (US$2.19) to buy a 30-centimeter-tall Haibao doll, the mascot of the World Expo 2010 Shanghai, in a store in the city's Yuyuan Garden for her son.
Click here >> more info...
1447. Haibao gains magical power
2009. 1 Septemberby Yang Jian
(shanghaidaily.com) Haibao, the mascot of the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, now has a gender, a definite character and even a best friend.
Haibao is a baby creature from the sea who has magical powers to become a robot and his best pal is a five-year-old girl.
The Shanghai Expo organizer yesterday released a five-minute preview of a 52-episiode cartoonClick here >> more info...
1448. Danish design team will take part in Chinese EXPO fairytale
2009. 31 August(ebst.dk) The two designers, May-Britt Gram, 48, and Hanne Larsen, 45, will now get the opportunity to impress the Chinese visitors during EXPO 2010 in Shanghai.
The two designers won an open design competition to create a special collection to be used by the staff at the Danish Pavilion. The collection underlines the overall concept of the pavilion – “Welfairytales”, which is a holistic story about Denmark’s unique strengths, told with a point of departure in the shared aspects of China and Denmark. Click here >> more info...
1449. Land of sunshine and beaches reveals its urban lifestyles
2009. 31 Augustby Yang Jian
(shanghaidaily.com) Many people know Australia as a land of sunshine, beaches, coastline and desert. At the upcoming World Expo Shanghai, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations will showcase its comfortable urban lifestyle and its friendship with China.
Visitors to the World Expo will get the chance to explore the real Australia, not only its stereotypical natural features, Click here >> more info...
1450. Milestone Completed at UAE Pavilion
2009. 31 August(wam.org.ae) Fireworks were set off in Shanghai this week to celebrate a key milestone in the construction of the UAE Pavilion on the World Expo site at Shanghai.
The final bolt was tightened on the steel framework of the twin dunes that form the grid shell structure of one of the largest country pavilions at Expo 2010 Shanghai.
Click here >> more info...
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