China expo sets world record

Seventy million people have visited the fair in Shanghai, sometimes queueing 10 hours to get in.

    About 70 million visitors from across the globe have visited the World Expo in the Chinese city of Shanghai.

    Coming close to an end after a six-month extravaganza, the expo in China has been the most visited fair ever.

    Harry Fawcett reports from the expo in Shanghai, where the average wait in queues to see a  lavish show was about 10 hours long.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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