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Fazil Omer poses for a photograph at Expo 2020 Dubai.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
An Indian teenager managed to pay a visit to all the pavilions of Expo 2020 Dubai twice in order to increase his knowledge about participating countries.
He also visited the various sections that hosted international events and provided tremendous knowledge services to the visitors.
The 16-year-old Indian teen Fazil Ummer emphasizes the importance of Expo 2020 to increase his awareness of countries and life in general.
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In terms of cultures I have been exposed to and getting to know different countries around the world, I decided to come for the second time and visit all wings again.”
Fazil Ummer shows his Expo passport with stamps from different pavilions.
He added, “I went back to the Expo, and visited the pavilions again, and getting to know all these world cultures was inspiring, and I learned a lot that enriched my information.
“Among my favorite pavilions are the UAE pavilion, Germany, Brazil and Australia pavilions. They are rich in what it contains, and their treatment of me was more than wonderful.”
Fazil stressed, “I have returned to visit my favorite pavilions again, in addition to the Japanese pavilion. Learning from them was worth it. For example, I learned from the UAE pavilion everything related to the authentic past of this great country, and the life story of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has given me new skills in my life.”
Fazil received a gift of a gold coin from the Commissioner-General of the Australia Pavilion after completing his visit to all the pavilions twice, and said, “I will keep this piece dear to my heart forever, as I will not forget this experience as long as I live, and I also recommend everyone to visit Expo 2020.
“More than once to see the pavilions and activities of this illustrious global event, every step is worth the time and effort expended.”
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