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Children hear tolerance and sustainability stories at the Expo 2020

DUBAI: Lebanese author Hilda Youssef took children visiting Expo 2020 Dubai on an exciting imaginary journey at the open-air Sameem Pavilion, reading stories from her books and showcasing Arabic heritage. The event, organised by Emirates Literature Foundation (ELF), saw Youssef reading from her books, Snowy & Zoey in a New World and Snowy & Zoey’s Big Life Lesson. Both stories […]...Read More

Families enjoy a run across the Expo 2020 Dubai

DUBAI: Families embraced their competitive and community spirit for the festive edition of Expo 2020 Dubai Run the World Family Run. Open to all ages and abilities, including strollers, the run route took in Ghaf Avenue, passing through all three of Expo’s Thematic Districts (Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability) and a host of International Participant pavilions. […]...Read More

Raising awareness about waste generation through puppets

DUBAI: A series of fun and creative puppet-making workshops, using recycled materials to raise awareness about the global challenge of waste generation and its direct environmental impact, are being hosted at the Spain Pavilion, Expo 2020 Dubai until December 27. Decorated with weird and wonderful puppets made from a variety of materials to spark creative […]...Read More

Exceptional experiences await you at the Expo 2020 Dubai

DUBAI: Expo 2020 Dubai is rapidly approaching its half-way point, and with only 100 days to go, what are the top 10 not-to-be missed experiences? Make the most of the season at Expo, with the site currently resembling a festive wonderland, keeping you occupied with incredible shows and activities over Christmas and New Year. Check […]...Read More

Microsoft co-founder tours the Expo 2020 Dubai

DUBAI: Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder, philanthropist, and the world’s fourth-richest man, visited Expo 2020 Dubai and toured the key projects of Expo Live, the global innovation and partnership programme that supports innovators who develop extraordinary low-cost solutions. Accompanied by Her Excellency Reem Al Hashimy, UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation and Director General, Expo 2020 Dubai, […]...Read More

World Majlis Golden Jubilee Month at the Expo 2020 Dubai

DUBAI: The role of technology in determining humankind’s future, from how Artificial Intelligence should be used to ensure equal access to information and other services, to how the internet can improve healthcare outcomes in the developing world, were discussed at Expo 2020 Dubai’s World Majlis Golden Jubilee Month, ‘Looking ahead to 2071: Preparing for the […]...Read More

Looking at the past towards a sustainable smart future

DUBAI: Estonia is proving that when its comes to creating a sustainable future, some solutions may lie in the past. Materials used for centuries can still help to shape the buildings of tomorrow. For example, clay is a natural material used for thousands of years to build homes, and even fortresses and castles. It still […]...Read More

Children reiterate the climate change action message at the Expo

DUBAI: The commanding voices of today’s youth were heard loud and clear across Expo 2020 Dubai as the World Expo, UNICEF and the UAE Ministry of Community Development celebrated World Children’s Day with a slate of youth-led festivities that culminated in a spectacular concert at Al Wasl Plaza. “We have the responsibility to take action. […]...Read More

Restoring cultural heritage is key to a more tolerant future

DUBAI: The Swiss Pavilion explores tolerance through the lens of cultural heritage preservation at the Expo 2020 Dubai’s Tolerance and Inclusivity Week until 20 November, highlighting how past heritage helps craft a better future.  The Swiss Pavilion in collaboration with Swissnex brought experts from Switzerland and the Middle East to take part in the panel […]...Read More

Expo 2020’s Tolerance & Inclusivity Week opens with a dialogue

DUBAI: A forum on building more accessible, inclusive societies to empower people of determination kicked off Expo 2020’s Tolerance & Inclusivity Week on November 14, the first of seven days of stimulating and essential conversations around key topics such as accessibility, indigenous communities, and cultures, as well as peace and security. The first day of Expo’s […]...Read More