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the Lao People's Democratic Republic has inked via mail an Expo 2010 participation contract with Shanghai organizers.

The country's exhibit will focus on Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The country plans to display a religious, cultural and tourism center incorporating ancient civilization and urban development to reveal its practice in protecting historical relics and achieving sustainable environmental development.

Laos is the 109 participant to sign an agreement with Expo organizers.



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We should focus on a new tourist site, like Champasak, plain of jars, and so on.
Luang Prabang is already very crowded

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Kingdom of Cambodia signed a participation contract with the organizer of World Expo 2010 . So far, 208 countries and international organizations have signed up for attendance in World Expo 2010.

 

 

 

 

The country will rent a 1,000-square-meter pavilion from the organizer in Zone B of the Expo site showcasing the variety of urban culture from ancient Cambodia to the present day

 

The Socialist Republic of Vietnam  signed a participation contract by mail with the organizer of World Expo 2010 Shanghai.

Vietnam is the 181st Expo participant to sign a contract with the Expo organizer. It had confirmed its participation on June 15, 2006.

Vietnam covers an area of 329,500 square kilometers and it has a population of more than 84 million.



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Anonymous wrote:

the Lao People's Democratic Republic has inked via mail an Expo 2010 participation contract with Shanghai organizers.

The country's exhibit will focus on Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The country plans to display a religious, cultural and tourism center incorporating ancient civilization and urban development to reveal its practice in protecting historical relics and achieving sustainable environmental development.

Laos is the 109 participant to sign an agreement with Expo organizers.



Just show them what we have had, Do not try to please or show things that we don't have..

 



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Show BEER Lao!!!Only Lao have!!

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Show STICKY RICE too.biggrin.gif

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Show STICKY RICE too.biggrin.gif



They have it too!biggrin

 



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Laos should show them like the historic site, culture, ethnic groups, religous places, foods and more of all should be all the nicest things, not like bars, beer, prositutes.

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Anonymous wrote:

Laos should show them like the historic site, culture, ethnic groups, religous places, foods and more of all should be all the nicest things, not like bars, beer, prositutes.



Easy there! Lao is not known nor a destination for prositutions.

 



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go Laos



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If Laos don't have much to show the world in a month to come, maybe just show the world how fun it is to come to Laos for Lao New Year's celebration.

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Laos in world expo 2010

Posted by travel blog Monday, April 19, 2010

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Pavilion Preview

Theme: City of Charm - Luang Prabang Charming World Heritage Town
National Pavilion Day: October 12
Location: Within Zone A of the Expo Site


http://dailylaosnews.blogspot.com/2010/04/laos-in-world-expo-2010.html

hey.. if some guyz will visit shanghai during the expo....please share, we can catch up in shanghai



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