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The Great Exhibition
Subject: The Great Exhibition
Send date: 2012-05-04 04:46:43
Issue #: 135
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One In a MillionShanghai, the showpiece of China's economy, is ready for its close up

As the Shanghai World Expo 2010 draws to a close in October, we look at the event's most popular pavilions and how the six-month event has changed life in the city.

Walking around the city, one cannot miss the ubiq- uitous symbol of the Shanghai World Expo, the wide- eyed blue mascot, one hand on hip and giving a thumbs up with the other. The mascot with bangs shaped like a wave, is called Haibao-Mandarin for 'jewel of the sea.' Haibao was inspired by the Chinese character 'ren' meaning people but to most expatriates, he looks more like a version of the American clay animation character Gumby.



Death & Resurrection of the MG6A hard, uncompromising look at EMC and its drive to make cloud computing the new way of doing business

EMC is best described as a quiet giant. From its main headquarters in the sleepy town of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, the multi-tentacled corporation maintains its status as a global provider of enterprise storage solutions.

he Green Energy StrategyShangri-La Mactan has a new marketing head with 27 hard-earned years under her belt. For this exclusive interview, Agnes Pacis talks about retail therapy, vacations, and why she's called Ms Diplomacy

Shangri-La Mactan is the ubiquitous hotel chain's pearl in the southern Philippines.Read more >>

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