On day 2 of his stay at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, Bernard Weber was at the Canada and Poland Pavilions
On Saturday morning, July 17, Bernard Weber arrived at the Canada Pavilion, which celebrated Bay of Fundy Day today. Wayne Scott, Deputy Commissioner General, was waiting to give him a commemorative plaque for Bay of Fundy Day at this Expo 2010 Pavilion. The ceremony was followed by press interviews in the elegant VIP area. A private tour was given to Bernard Weber in this beautiful and imaginative pavilion created by Cirque du Soleil — whose former co-owner was actually one of the first start-up investors in New7Wonders.
On Saturday afternoon 17 July, the Poland Pavilion, under the direction of Marek Listowski, hosted a very well-attended press conference about the Masurian Lake District in the New7Wonders of Nature campaign. Following the conference, Mr. Weber used his iPad to have Mr. Listowski vote live and online for his 7 favorite N7W Finalists — amongst them surely the Masurian Lakes.
After a VIP tour through this very light and colorful Pavilion, Mr. Listowski invited the N7W President to the screening of a 3D movie about the history of Poland. “It was really amazing! One of the finest 3D animations I have ever seen. The creator of this could very well be the creator of the planned 3D film on the New7Wonders of the World!” noted Mr. Weber.