- Shen Yun
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Organizers of the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, China, are a bit glum about a lower than expected turnout. Though the first week of the Expo shows signs of success. Long lines, packed exhibits, and sell-out crowds. It seems the daily attendance is less than what’s needed to hit the 70 million person goal.
Hot weather and rumors of exceedingly long waits are playing a part.
The Expo is meant to cast Shanghai as a modern cultural center—a sort of global coming-out party—and organizers have suggested they may give away free tickets to boost attendance.