Morning of May the 8th, with our simple things and excited mood, we were pushed into the EXPO Park by huge crowds of visitors. While we were actually there I couldn’t help but looked around, trying to observe everything that came into my sight. The design of the EXPO pavilions shows a great deal of originality: China Aviation Pavilion takes the shape of a floating cloud; the Information and Telecommunication Pavilion looks like a titanic honeycomb; and China Pavilion is designed with the concept of “Oriental Crown”. How exquisite! Nevertheless, Pavilions of foreign countries are also eyeable artworks. The whole EXPO park is the highlight of Shanghai. I love what it looked like especially in the evening, when all the lighting effects make this place a human-made wonder.
If someone asks me what impressed me most in the EXPO visit, I might say that it’s the numerous travelers from all over China and the world. They are a unique landscape themselves. While waiting in line, I always watched people around me. Foreign visitors tend to become impatient after long waiting, but there were also exceptions, and those must have already been in China for quite some time.
It was a great pity that we didn’t make it through all the pavilions interesting to us. Still, wee kept thinking about the aesthetic and technological wonders even days after the visit. The great adventures human-beings have made to interlink with each other, to get away from poverty and seek a better life, will go on and on without end. Let’s hope that EXPO brings more economic growth and global impact to China.
Since Jet said that----You forgot to write the most interesting moment that we borrowed a cart, you sit in it pretending a disabled person and we went into the Japanese pavilion through the special path! HaHa…J I think I’d better mention it here. The whole faking disabled people thing, it was all his idea, and I just did it for the sake of creation.
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