Do you want to have a glance of the whole world in one shoot? Go to Shanghai when the Expo is still on (1 May – 31 Oct). More than 190 countries and more than 50 international organizations have participated in this Expo. This Expo is the largest World Expo ever both in size and number of participants.
This event is being held on both banks of the Huangpu River in the city of Shanghai, and expecting to serve 70 million visitors worldwide. They also offer tours to enjoy art performances given in the Expo Site during prescribed hours and along prescribed routes every day.
Pavilions of this Shanghai World Expo are making another headline. Some of them are really GOOD, while some others I would hardly agree with…
This can be the most impressive pavilion in this expo. No wonder it won the RIBA Lubetkin Prize.
Their effort is finally paid off. Lots of angles, arty, well and really cool looking.
Not quite sure what is this. A cheese inside a beehive or something like Cappadocia? Either way, memorable.
Do not judge people by their appearance seems not work here. When I look at it, I just can’t help to. The good thing about it is there is a restaurant inside and it has a really good reputation.
South Korea’s Pavilion
Sure it’s something from South Korea. Lots of layers, lots of colors, cute and sweet always.
Really confused what are you trying to say?
Overheard an interesting comment, “Ankor Wat wallpaper. What every good home needs.” LOL!
What’s this …?
Yes, it wins! I got nothing to say…
The little Mermaid, which is the highlight in this pavilion, came all the way from Copenhagen, Denmark.
I have long been expecting something unexpected from US, but it turns out to be this? Still believe, Uncle Sam could have done better.
Netherland gives us a good example on how to make the best of every land. The concept of a new living style by cramming a lot into such a small space.