Nagoya, Japan (ots/PRNewswire) - From next week EXPO 2005 Aichi,
Japan will start. As the first world exposition to be held in the
21st century, the aim of EXPO 2005 is to raise the various global
issues that are shared by humankind, gather the wisdom of the world
and play a part in the creation of a sustainable future for the Earth
in which there is harmony between nature and humanity.
The Japan Association for the 2005 World Exposition is currently
distributing the "EXPO 2005 AICHI, JAPAN E-mail Newsletter" for the
international press. The newsletter is issued every other Wednesday
(JST) in two formats (text and HTML) and six languages (English,
Spanish, French, Chinese (simplified Chinese), Korean and Japanese).
The newsletter provides useful and visual information concerning
the various appealing aspects of EXPO 2005. Each issue consists of
the latest news, an introduction of EXPO pavilions and other
facilities, an interview with influential individuals of the world,
and a column.
You can view back issues of the newsletter at the exclusive Back
Number page (URL: http://www.expo2005press.jp).
As a general rule, the articles and images contained in the
newsletter may be used freely by the press. High-resolution images
for printing are provided to the extent possible, and can be
downloaded from the Photo Library Page. It is our hope that the
international media will utilize the EXPO 2005 AICHI, JAPAN E-mail
Newsletter to disseminate accurate up-to-date information to people
of the world.
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