More news from Shanghai and the Ice Cube Project

Because of the ash cloud spitted out by the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, our colleague Nathalie Van Isacker has to spend a few more days in Shanghai than what was originally planned. That gave her a bit more time to visit the city, take more pictures of the Ice Cube Project and attend the first “test day” of the exhibition.

Since the Ice Cube might not be shipped back to Belgium after the Shanghai World Expo, we were thrilled to receive these new pictures and we thought that we would share them with all of you.

 
We don’t know yet when Nathalie will be fly back to Belgium, since air traffic is only starting to resume here in Brussels. Meanwhile, she is buzzy participating in the project supervision and running the last tests before the grand opening on May 1st 2010.

We don’t know yet when Nathalie will fly back to Belgium, since air traffic is only starting to resume here in Brussels. Meanwhile, she is busy participating in the project supervision and running the last tests before the grand opening on May 1st 2010.

 

 

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