Visitors passing by a giant light installation inside the China pavilion at Expo 2015 in Milan, Italy, on Sunday. Milan won the bid in 2008 to host the international event that officials estimated at the time could generate €3.7 billion (S$5.9 billion) of revenue and economic benefits for Milan. The Chinese pavilion, covering some 4,590 sq m, is the second-largest foreign pavilion and China's first self-built pavilion at a universal expo. The expo, open from May 1 to Oct 31, features 147 countries and international organisations.
PublishedAug 25, 2015, 5:00 am SGT
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