The 2010 Shanghai World Expo will feature four focuses, said Xu Wei, spokesman for the Shanghai Expo bureau.
Each country will present an original pavilion where tourists can enjoy arts, dance and exhibitions pertinent to that country and its culture.
Another focus will be on classic shows, including Britain's national ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
High technology and energy-saving projects will be another focus. For example, Finland's pavilion is covered by scales which are made of paper-plasmatic materials.
Finally, the Urban Best Practices Area presents high-tech applications in selected cities and online by logging onto www.expo.cn.
The Expo will feature 242 countries, regions and international organizations. More than 160 million tickets have been sold and some 70 million visitors from home and abroad are expected to attend.
The World Expo will be held over 184 days from May 1st to Oct 31st this year with the theme of "Better city, better life".