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World Expo 2010 in Shanghai
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April 30, 2010   
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The Polish Pavilion at the Expo 2010 World Exhibition in Shanghai, China aims to provide visitors with more information about Poland than they can read online—something beyond the household names widely associated with Poland, such as Frederic Chopin, John Paul II or Lech Wałęsa.

While one message is that Poland is where Chopin was born 200 years ago, another is that Poland is a thriving economy and the only European Union country to report positive economic growth in 2009.

Chinese visitors to the pavilion will learn more about the history of Polish-Chinese relations. Young Chinese will be encouraged to take up university studies in Poland and Chinese businesspeople will be urged to establish contacts with their Polish counterparts.

For six months, the Expo 2010 fairgrounds will resemble a crowded city. A key theme of the event is “Better City—Better Life,” and the Polish Pavilion is part of this message.

Zofia Szelińska
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