World Expo 2010—Shanghai (2010 Nián Shànghǎi Shìbóhuì 2010 年上海世博会)|2010 Nián Shànghǎi Shìbóhuì 2010 年上海世博会 (World Expo 2010—Shanghai)

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Wendell ANDERSON The emblem for the 2010 world expo, depicting the image of three people-you, me, him/her holding hands together,

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Ami Harvest Festival (Āměizú fēngniánjì 阿美族丰年祭)|Āměizú fēngniánjì 阿美族丰年祭 (Ami Harvest Festival)

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Bent NIELSEN Boys coming by in turn to sing and dance in front of the elders, 1989. PHOTO BY UBE

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May First Labor Festival (Wǔ Yī Guójì Láodòngjié 五一国际劳动节)|Wǔ Yī Guójì Láodòngjié 五一国际劳动节 (May First Labor Festival)

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Haiwang YUAN International Labor Day had its roots in America during the 1800s, when unsafe conditions and 10 to 16

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