Friday, August 27, 2010

SH(D2): first day expo

sorry for late review.

it was the first day that the expo.
the weather was freaking hot.
expo pavilions,waiting to be explored.of cause we were excited.

me and my friends got up early in morning,
eager to take our expected exploration.
and for some of us we have to prepare food for lunch
since it was hard to find halal food there.

yes.i cooked.

we got to the expo area
found that we were never the first person arrived at the park.
cramming ourself into the long crowd queue,
we managed to get in.
all the tips written in the web were exactly true.
mood is one of the most must-have-things to bring.
without a good mood,
the expo expedition would probably be spoiled.

here everything we do,
we have to join a queue
and waited,
and waited to enter the incredible pavilions.
i am usually would be defeated by waiting.
but i got no other option.
so I took a deep breath, calmed down and waited.

our first pavilion.
the long queue in front of pakistan.
however it was actually nothing compared to other building.
so we waiting for entry.

one annoying things other than hell boring queuing.
it was people-watching.
yes it is interesting to see people with different skin colors standing in lines.
but maybe they should give a space
save that 'look'.
at least smile.
we likely could not understand each other,
but the smile should made us easy.
i wonder.

enough for negative views.

the china pavilion sits at the center of the expo.
painted the same red as the forbidden city.
personally for me,
i think it’s an impressive landmark,
sitting on the large expo site.
it is very visible from far,
stood out proudly among other pavillions
expo structures.
it is outstanding.
however, the design is still not to its best.
i think that it is still lacks of little essence of china.
it is still a good design that definitely represents china.

first the day at expo ended at 8.
right after we struggling to enter north korea pavilion
for almost an hour and half.
could not able to get in.

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