Participants Cultural Exchange Experience.
Expo 2012, Yeosu South Korea, press release No. 1: Vanuatu is seen again taking the lead in the Mini Expo 2012 in Yeosu South Korea. Nick Issachar, Expo Coordinator and Booth Manager representing Vanuatu attended the Team Leader’s Expo Operational Training from the 25th of April to the 1st of May was nominated to make the closing remarks on behalf of all participating from countries. It was truly an honour he said to be nominated amongst the 115 participants who have attended this operational training and to have media coverage on Vanuatu. This mini expo is already deemed to be seen as a successful one as it has already captured the hearts of all the participants in the cultural exchange they had experienced throughout the training program. Pacific Pavilion’s theme “Paradise” in its ocean color and the vibrant images designers had created really captured the eyes of visitors from the first expo’s rehearsal on the 28 of April. The second rehearsal is scheduled for the 2nd and the final one on the 5thof May. Vanuatu’s booth is coming up together nicely and our main feature in the booth is the world’s only underwater post which already attracted over 100,000 visitors from the date of its operation and had raised curiosity from the expo visitors and will be the high light of the Pacific Pavilion because of its uniqueness. The Expo Coordinator is looking forward to his team to be on the site to finalize the logistics of their preparation before the official opening ceremony on the night of the 11th of May. The team consist of Mr. Joe Pakoa, Ms. Brenda Andre & Mr. John Mark Poilapa who are expected to arrive a week before the opening ceremony. The Expo Coordinator would like to thank the Commissioner General, Mrs Linda Kalpoi & the Vanuatu Expo Committee 2012 for their continuous support in ensuring that our objectives in this expo participation can be achieved and reflect on service delivery to benefit the people of Vanuatu.