Wednesday, October 27, 2021

You-You, the mechanical robot panda from China

 

 China's panda robot greets guests at the country's lantern-shaped pavilion. Reuters

The pavilions of China and Saudi Arabia has attracted tourists with high-tech products at Expo 2020 Dubai,

Expo 2020 Dubai continues to welcome visitors in the United Arab Emirates. The China and Saudi Arabia pavilions, with their blend of history and cutting-edge technology, are among the most popular.

This week is Giant Panda Week, which celebrates China's technological advancements as well as its rich cultural traditions.

In front of the China pavilion, You-You, the mechanical panda, may dance and pose with you for a photo.

If you're lucky, one of the 2,020 stuffed pandas handed out to visitors at Expo 2020 Dubai will be yours.

A 400-square-meter exhibit about giant panda conservation in China is also housed within the pavilion. It showcases the country's accomplishments in safeguarding endangered species through effective propagation, breeding, and wild release initiatives, as well as worldwide collaboration in giant panda scientific study.

"Through a series of exhibits, we mixed the panda, a cultural icon with Chinese features, with technical breakthroughs that have wowed visitors," said Fang Ke, the China pavilion's deputy director.

Saudi Arabia's spectacular pavilion, on the other hand, welcomes everyone to learn about the country's future in less than a decade. The country's Vision 2030 initiative, which was launched in 2016, contains a number of economic and social reforms aimed at reducing the country's reliance on oil exports.

"By exploring our facilities, the Saudi Arabia Pavilion welcomes the entire world to learn about Saudi Arabia's past, present, and future, as well as the Vision 2030 program," said Hussain Hanbazazah, the Saudi Arabia Pavilion's curator general.

An infrastructure of 2030 glass beads, indicating the year 2030, can be found in one corner of the large show.

The pavilion, which is roughly the size of two soccer fields and contains various high-tech elements, is one of the largest at the Expo. It has the second-largest pavilion.

Expo 2020 Dubai, which had been delayed owing to the COVID-19 outbreak, finally opened its doors on October 1. The event will be open to the public until March 2022.

 Article by Gerluxe

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