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        StatementNihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai
        PublishersNihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai
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        LC Classifications1970
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 138 p. :
        Number of Pages73
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Man and his world

A group of distinguished Canadian scholars and scientists brought the concept into relationship with plans for the exhibition at a conference in the spring of 1963.

Every pavilion, in its fashion, relates its presentation to the overall concept of Man and his ideological, cultural and scientific relationship to his environment. Resources for Man, Progress, Man in Control.

As graphic symbol for this concept, Expo 67 adopted a design that drew its inspiration from one of the oldest known drawing of Man.

The Expo 67 Symbol

While these Theme Pavilions have been directly promoted by the Expo authorities, many nations and organizations have co-operated by providing exhibit material or otherwise giving their support achieving a unity entirely within the spirit of the Theme. The sub-themes are: Man the Explorer. These have been planned by Expo 67 to contain exhibits which explore aspects of the Theme which are of particular importance and interest to all men. The subject developments are Man and Life; Man, his Planet and Space; Man and the Oceans; Man and the Polar Regions; Man and his Health.

The International Bureau of Exhibitions enthusiastically approved the title Man and His World. Lectures and conferences relating to Theme were held at the DuPont of Canada Theme Auditorium. The International Bureau of Exhibitions enthusiastically approved the title Man and his World. A group of distinguished Canadian scholars and scientists brought the concept into relationship with plans for the exhibition at a conference in the spring of 1963.

Basic Man and his world. of the Expo 67 symbol above is an ancient sign representing Man -- vertical line with outstretched arms -- linked in pairs to represent friendship with the circle right to suggest friendship, around the world. While these Theme pavilions have been directly promoted by the Expo authorities, many nations and organizations have co-operated giving their support, achieving a unity entirely within the spirit of the Theme.

A novel construction project related to Man's housing needs.