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World Trade Center Association (WTCA) Pavilion

World Trade Center Pavilion

THEME: Promote Peace and Stability Through Trade

PAVILION: The exterior of the Pavilion is notable for the gradually changing colors from sky blue to turquoise which is meant to impress upon visitors the importance of nature.

World Trade Center Association

EXHIBIT: The first section of the Pavilion is entitled “Kaleidoscope of World Trade” and features five 50-inch display screens representing natural resources and cultures from around the world. The second exhibit is entitled “Trade Development Venues” and serves to reveal development of world trade centers worldwide, enabling visitors to understand the history of World Trade Centers. The third exhibit is “Understanding World Trade” where visitors can discover plans, programs and dreams for trade development in different regions and cities with the help of interactive computer programs. Trade products and handicrafts from around the world enable visitors to better understand world trade and urban culture. Famous scholars and experts will be invited to lecture in the Pavilion, which will be broadcast live on the official website of the WTCA to enable involvement of as many people as possible. This is in accordance with WTCA’s ideal of no boundaries in trade. Exchange activities and forums with themes of environmental conservation, information and technology, lifestyle and fashion will be held in a conference center built for that purpose.

World Trade Center Pavilion

CUISINE: There is a snack bar near the conference center.

SHOPPING: There is no specific shopping area listed for the Pavilion.


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