Exhibition guide of the Shanghai World Expo for next week

16:47, May 07, 2010      

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May 8: Day to honor the International Red Cross Federation and Red Crescent Societies. Singers from China, Japan and South Korea will sing at the World Expo together and pass the love on.

May 9: Bosnia and Herzegovina Pavilion Day. Also this day will celebrate the European Union and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). You can watch various performances such as folk dances from Bosnia and Herzegovina and the music of the European Union Youth Orchestra. Nationally and internationally-renowned weather forecasters will also gather together to carry out meteorological promotion activities.

May 10: Iraqi Pavilion Day, Iraq's national dance performances will invite you into the mysterious culture of ancient Babylon.

May 12: South Pacific Tourism Organization Day, the South Pacific Modern Dance Company will bring modern dances that integrate the style and fashion of the South Pacific, Ireland and India.

May 14: Maltese Pavilion Day, Joseph Calleja, the new generation of tenor singers in Malta, will hold his solo concert.

May 15: Croatian Pavilion Day, you can watch a solo concert by famous pianist Maksim Mrvica and Croatia's traditional song and dance performances will also be held.

Between May 9 and 13

Tianjin Activity Week: The brand new image of the Bohai Sea area

With unique folk customs and arts as the content, the harmony between a new Tianjin and the World Expo will be demonstrated by means of professional performances, tours and folk art performances. This will comprehensively display the city's magnificent courage of growing into the economic center of northern China, international port city and eco-city.

Between May 14 and 18

Hebei Activity Week: Capital suburbs' charm

Traditional and modern folk dances, acrobatics, arts and crafts, local operas and puppet performances selected from varieties of cultural heritage and modern arts will be performed to demonstrate the artistic charm of the homeland of acrobatics, martial arts and opera.

By People's Daily Online


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