Shanghai Expo hotline provides multi-lingual service

15:47, April 20, 2010      

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The only official service hotline of the Shanghai 2010 World Expo—962010, now available in Chinese and 12 other languages, including English, French and Japanese, was put into service on April 20.

The hotline offers foreign visitors with relevant information about the 5.28-square-meter Expo Park.

The number of monthly incoming calls that the hotline receives on average soared to 23,000 from 7,500 in 2009.

Since April 2010, the number of daily incoming calls reached 3,400, among which, 50 are in English. After the Expo Park opens on May 1, the hotline will provide voice service for visitors seven days a week and 24 hours a day.

By People's Daily Online


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