Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (PressExposure) June 17, 2009 -- Looks like China is ready to bowl over all the World Expo Shanghai 2010 visitors. The China pavilion at the event is going to be a head turner for sure with its theme of migration from rural to urban areas.
The China pavilion will have three floors to be precise namely- âCore Exhibition areaâ [top floor], âExperience areaâ [second floor] and âFunctional areaâ [first floor]. In fact, the announcement came in recently only in a press meet addressed by Chen Xianjin, deputy director general of the Bureau of Shanghai World Expo Coordination.
Here is a quick peep into the these three floors of the China pavilion at the World Expo Shanghai 201 [http://www.the-world-expo.com/World_Expo_Shanghai_2010.htm]
Core Exhibition area [top floor] â¢ Reach the top floor by train like looking elevators to give you the first hand experience of migration â¢ Film about âThe Migration Of Hundreds Of Millionsâ showcasing past and present lives of migrant workers â¢ Analysis of various Chinese cities â¢ Wisdom used by the Chinese to resolve urban problems â¢ Future strategies for urban development â¢ Paintings by children depicting their perception of future cities
Experience area [second floor] â¢ Interactive games inviting the tourist to plan Chinese cities
Functional area [first floor] â¢ New and latest technologies contributing for a better life
The World Expo Shanghai 2010 is eagerly awaited by millions round the globe. It will take place near Nanpu-Lupu Bridge on the River Huangpo at the centre of the Shanghai city in China from May 12, 2010 to October 31, 2010 which is also the Halloween day. If you wish to know more such interesting news about the World Expo Shanghai 2010 then do log on to [http://www.the-world-expo.com/World_Expo_Shanghai_2010.htm]