Top News

Subway security checks to stay until end of year

Shanghai has been doing subway security checks since May 1 when the Expo opened and all subway stations in the city are equipped with X-ray scanners. There are 6,000 people working in security on the 11 metro lines.

Expo Faces

Out of India

Liu Yiyang claims that her yoga performance in the Expo Garden teaches visitors about authentic India yoga, as distinct from the half-baked classes at your local gym.

Outside In

Lessons to be learned at Expo

The two main scopes of an Expo are entertainment and education. A successful Expo has to be amusing while at the same time it should be illustrative and offer enriching content to visitors.

Big Talk

Thinking about China's urbanization at Expo

Black and white half-body portrait paintings of forty-two children line the front of the French Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo. The children show a variety of expressions -- smiling, crying, frowning... -- and are dressed in simple clothes.

Participation Map

You can click the N Marker on the map for more information and follow the link for details of Expo participants and their pavilions.

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