The theme of the UN Pavilion is "One Earth, One UN." What is the concept behind it?
The theme of the UN Pavilion is also an abstract of the theme of the Expo, "Better City, Better Life." What better life is all about is ultimately the happiness of the people, the prosperity, the dignity, and the freedom. What the United Nations stands for are precisely these principles. What we wanted to demonstrate is that there is a purpose in the UN as a whole and that this diversity does address certain physical challenges, world issues, and how people can live better lives and how we can construct better cities – whether they have education, human rights, peace, security, and economic development. But how do we look at this in terms of the holistic eventuality? Because we live on one planet – there's not another planet. All that we want to do has to be related to that important issue of having sustainable, long-term happiness that is transferred from generation to generation. When I say better life, it's not just focusing on environmental issues but the totality of human interactions. So our theme is the result of trying to address this diversity of "better city, better life" and of methods, as they relate to what you see when you enter our pavilion, the Millennium Development Goals. The Millennium Development Goals are the human goals that have been set for the United Nations, and from that base, we can look at how we address this issue of how to create better cities, better lives.