ALAN HUI :: Australia Pavilion (DjQa])
Australia has a significant national presence at the Shanghai World Expo 2010, which is expected to attract 70 to 80 million visitors and is the largest expo the world has ever seen. From 1 May to 31 October 2010, Australia's visually striking national pavilion will showcase Australian innovation, creativity and achievement to some 7 million visitors mostly from mainland China - an average of 38,000 people on each of the 184 days of the expo. Dynamic and engaging exhibits, an energetic team of bilingual staff, a rich cultural program and unique retail, food and beverage options will introduce visitors to the sights, sounds and tastes of Australia. Targeted business promotion events in the pavilion's dedicated VIP area highlight Australian capability in key industry sectors, help to boost trade and two-way investment, and expand institutional and people-to-people links. As a whole, the pavilion and its programs respond to the expo's 'Better City, Better Life' theme by focusing on Australia's cities - many consistently ranked as among the world's most liveable - and our smart solutions for urban living. The Australian pavilion is located at the heart of the 5.28 square kilometre expo site, on the banks of the Huangpu River in downtown Shanghai. Australia is one of more than 190 nations taking part in the expo.
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 2013 Alan Hui's Photo Album (My World) - jYJۤ (Q Q)  Shanghai World Expo 2010 (2010~W@շ|)   
Australia Pavilion (DjQǮa馆)
Australia Pavilion (DjQǮa馆)
Australia Pavilion (DjQǮa馆)
Australia Pavilion (DjQǮa馆)
Australia Pavilion (DjQǮa馆)
Australia Pavilion (DjQǮa馆)


 2013 Alan Hui's Photo Album (My World) - jYJۤ (Q Q)  Shanghai World Expo 2010 (2010~W@շ|)   
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