Shanghai World Expo guidebooks now available

17:22, April 06, 2010      

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The only official guidebook of Shanghai World Expo was released in Shanghai in April 1. The guidebook is available in several different languages, such as Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, English, Japanese, Korean, French and others.

It is divided into six sections: Exhibitions, Activities, Forums, Landmarks, Services and World Expo Online. The guidebook comprehensively introduces the different pavilions and details all the cultural arts activities that will be available from around the world.

It also serves to familiarize the readers with all the forums organized by the Shanghai World Expo. It presents the symbolic constructions, facilities and green landscape and it also provides much useful information, such as ticketing, transport, restaurants and shopping.

By People's Daily Online

(Editor:燕勐)

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