Hai Men TSP EXPO 2022

Welcome one and all to the 2022 TSP Expo!

Expo, otherwise known as the worlds fair or the Universal exhibition, is a major international exhibition to showcase the achievements, discoveries and developments of nations. While the Expo would typically run between three and six months IRL, but Im planning to have this go on until the end of the year.

These expos encompass universal themes that affect human experience,so international and corporate participants are required to adhere to the theme in their representations and booths. Expos would also have most outstanding or memorable structure competitions.


(Venue, Hai Men Expo building)
Im planning this to be a showcase of the roleplayer nations in TSP that’s separated from the facts subforum. The idea is so that every current and newer players would have an idea on the identities and culture of countries in TSP as well as serve as a guide for worldbuilding.

Each country would be allowed to register a maximum of 6 exhibits that represent their country. You can specialize in your culture, your industry, your military or a mix of many. Whatever facets of worldbuilding that you’d like to showcase would detail the nation you’ve written about. The boxes would be used to divide each exhibit, similar to a poster.

When everyone has posted their exhibits, there will be voting on who has the most creative, the most exciting, and the most original exhibition, which will be tallied up by me.

The theme of the expo is: “Progress and Harmony for Mankind”


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Nation: The Market Republic of Pazar Am Fluss
NSlink/TSPWiki link: nationstates.com

Exhibit 1: Explorers of the Market
Category: History/Exploration
Exhibit 2: Arts of Glass
Category: Innovation/Art


[align=center]Explorers of The Market
Elena Di Franci, Professor of Merchant History at the University of Lombardi[/align]

“By day it is filled with boat traffic - water buses, delivery boats, gondolas - if something floats and it’s in the Pazar, it moves along the Fluss. And by daylight it is one of the glories of the Earth."

These are the words that describe the naval beauty of the Pazar Am Fluss, the market empire of The South Pacific. Where for centuries the ships are laden with gleaming and shining jewels, gold and spices from the edge of the world. Yet the merchants of the market republic would fight through typhoons and brave through winds to ensure the connection of the world centered in the jewel of the region.

Since the 9th century the Market Republic housed amongst the bravest explorers and the most skilful shipbuilders to accommodate the most famous merchants of the region. In its earliest the market republic prospered on the salt trade, which grew to the dominance of trade between continents and regions of the world. For centuries the merchant republic became home to the extremely wealthy merchant class, members of the world’s society that patronised art and architecture.

One of the most famous of these merchants is Marco Marcello, he learned the mercantile trade from his father and uncle, who travelled through continents. His exploits began on the epic journey to Bailtem, and began the the first major silk and gold trade of the region.

[align=center]Art of Glass
Mazzanti Glassmaker Consortium[/align]

A solid that’s filled with air, an item that can encapsulate the atmosphere itself. The humble glass comes from years of development, 6000 years long before humans discovered the smelting of iron. Although its transparency was rare due to its impurities and imperfections, it became a sign of power and high class. Its application in domestic, funerary and industrial forms are prevalent.

Among the finest glassmakers are those of The Market republic, which caught the usage not only for its architectural marvels, but as a commodity for trade. Glass was sought after for trade by far away merchants, who viewed the interest of touching the air, how could a solid be transparent? The fascination was fashionable, one that attracted many to the craft.

The Market Republic became a centre for glass making, building on medieval techniques to produce colorful ornamental pieces in large quantities. The highlight of glassmaking came from the glassmaker Roberto Mazzanti, who developed exceptionally clear colourless glass dubbed the “cristallo”, and its resemblance to natural crystal that paved the way for windows, mirrors, ship lanterns and lenses. Kicking a new era of innovation.


Nation: Kingdom of Stoinia
NSlink/TSPWiki link: Stoinia (Pacifica) - TSPedia

Exhibit 1: Hora Unirii

Hora Unirii - The Union Dance
Culture & Art
The Stoinian National Museum of Arts & the Stoinian National Folklore Assemble

Hora Unirii by the famous painter Arsenie Petrescu.

Hora Unirii is a special Stoinian folkloric dance with strong roots in Tarnian culture that is danced on Union Day. Union Day celebrates the reunification of all Stoinian peoples by Voievod Alexndru I Cuza and thus creating the Stoinian Kingdom after centuries of infighting. Specifically, this historic moment is commemorated by dancing the same dance that filled the Stoinian city of Târneava where the union was declared. Ever since 1.222 CE, each year on every market of each Stoinian city, all Stoinians gather together to dance the Hora Unirii on Union Day.
The dance is a typical Tarnian circle dance where the dancers hold each other’s hands as the circle spins, usually counterclockwise. Each participant follows a sequence of three steps forward and one step back. The dance is also usually accompanied by musical instruments such as the cymbalom, accordion, violin, viola, double bass, saxophone, trumpet or the pan pipes alongside the lyrics of the song.
The dance symbolizes how the Stoinians overcame their fear of one another and helped rekindle all Stoinian fiefs and subcultures into the modern Stoinia. To many Stoinians Hora Unirii is a timeless part of their culture with a clear message for tolerance. At the TSP EXPO, the original painting of the Hora Unirii by painter Arsenie Petrescu will installed and the Stoinian National Folklore Ensemble will perform a large Hora Unirii with any bystanders welcome to join in.

Exhibit 2: Siriu Pottery

Siriu Pottery Workshop & Shop
Royal Stoinian Pottery Association

A selection of Stoinian pottery in a shop.

While most Stoinia has become a keen innovator in aerospace, it still holds tightly to its roots and traditions. One of these traditions is the artisan making of pottery with colourful Stoinian patterns. The Stoinian pot-makers from the Siriu region are most renowned for their craftsmanship that has now become renowned throughout the world. While clay pottery has been used in Bailtem from well before the Mediterranean classical era, few civilizations have matched the artistry of the Siriu region. Through the usage of a unique clay only found in the Siriu region and careful carving, a first baseline of any pottery is molded. Afterwards, the object receives a paint-job colouring the brown clay into joyful Stoinian patterns and emblems through unparalleled detailing.
At the TSP EXPO, Siriu pot-makers will hold multiple pottery workshops to give any passer-by’s the chance to get a real feel of the hard work that goes into making these unique souvenirs. In addition a shop will also be present with a wide assortment of pottery ranging from dishes to jugs to hold spirits or beer.

Exhibit 3: Varcathian Zimbron Exhibition

Varcathian Zimbron Repopulation Exhibition
The Bailtemmic Association for Zimbron Preservation

A Zinbron herd with calves in Siriu Nature Reserve, Stoinia.

Many forget that once the Bailtemmic Zimbron roamed across the many forests of the continent. This large herbivore was especially prevalent around the Mediterranean and has become a symbol to many nations in southern Bailtem. Though this majestic bovine was sometimes revered, it wasn’t spared from the effects of unethical hunting and habitation loss. It s endangerment went to such an extent that only 52 wild Zimbrons of the Varcathian-Limmvasd mountain ranges lived on Stoinian soil in 1895. Following this revelation, King Traian II decreed the protection of this national symbol and vowed that Stoinia shall preserve the Varcathian-Limmvasd Zimbron. Thanks to the enormous preservation efforts with both domestic and foreign partners, the remaining 52 Zimbrons in 1895 have become today’s 64.000 wild Zimbrons living on Stoinian soil as well as 128.000 on private farms.
With the TSP EXPO, Stoinia would like to once more celebrate this historic achievement to preserve a native species from near extinction. Showcasing the brutal history of its hunting and celebrating its harmonious existence through a unique and interactive exhibition.

Exhibit 4: Orthodox Iconography

Stoinian Orthodox Iconography Shop
Religion & Art
The Stoinian Orthodox Church

A set of Stoinian Orthodox Iconography.

Religion lies at the heart of Stoinian culture. One simply cannot exist without the other. One of the most important symbols of Stoinian Orthodoxy is its iconography. Many monks and artists go through great lengths to make these unique works of art that have become widespread across Stoinia. In nearly every household, at least on of these icons can be found. As the Stoinian people remain deeply religious and spiritual, they still use these icons to help pray. While it should be noted that in adherence to Orthodox liturgy, these are no true depictions of holy figures, they aim to help the prayer focus on their prayer. Hence why the Stoinian Orthodox Church has committed to a signifying style using oil on wood and a unique drawing style.
The Stoinian Orthodox Church will bring several monks to showcase how these icons are made. Alongside them, there will be plenty of icons from which tourists can buy in a shop dedicated to this unique religious Stoinian artistry.

Exhibit 5: Iealea Space Station

Iealea Commercial Space Station Exhibition
Stoic Aerospace

Iealea Commercial Space Station in orbit around Pacifica.

While Stoinia clings to its roots, it also isn’t afraid to look towards the future. One such Stoinian was Corneliu Stoica, the founder of Stoic Aerospace. With his private space company, Corneliu built the foundation of Stoinian private aerospace with the Iealea Commercial Space Station standing as its most paramount achievement. While this small space station, consisting of two large, a medium sized and a small modules, may not be the most impressing orbiting space station, it still holds a special place due to the efforts by pioneering companies banding together for a common goal. Built over decades of investments, the space station is set to celebrate its fifth year in orbit. Stoic Aerospace will hold an exhibition of the space station showcasing its goals of botanical space research and small-scale space tourism facilities. While a ticket to the station itself might not be the most affordable option, Stoic Aerospace aims to prove its contribution to opening the final frontier an research.

Exhibit 6: Golden Lion

Golden Lion
Art (Sculpture)
Artist Tudor Vianu & Minea Mining Corp.

The Stoinian Lion by artist Tudor Vianu

It’s no secret that Stoinia sees itself as a proud lion on the shores of Bailtem. In honour to that image and the recent engagement on the international geopolitical theater, Stoinia has commissioned a large statue of a gilded lion. Not only will this statue symbolize a new dawn of Stoinian foreign age, but also the richness of Stoinia through its gold mines. For the TSP EXPO, the artist Tudor Vianu will cooperate with Minea Mining Corp. to create this large statue that will form the center of the Stoinian pavilion.


Nation: Sedunn
NSlink/TSPWiki link: Sedunn (Pacifica) - TSP Encyclopedia

Sedunn’s contribution is called the 3C.

Exhibit 1: Continuity

Category: History, culture
The exhibit consists of a wide stepless ramp that spirals upwards. At the bottom it showcases the pre-history of Sedunn, and as one continue upwards, important events in Sedunnic history are explained and various objects are showcased. Several smaller rooms can be accessed along the way that exhibit certain objects, such as original scrolls describing events in the Mediterranean region in antiquity, early navigation instruments, elaborate paintings or the development of democracy and human rights. Reaching the top, the visitor can look down and see the entire ramp. As they see the latest Sedunnic innovations showcased there, it is meant to give the visitor a sensation of continuity of exploration, cultural and scientific progress in Sedunn’s long history.

Exhibit 2: Care

Category: Environment, climate

[spoiler]This exhibit explores the latest research on human impact on the climate and environment through interactive booths. Among other things, the visitor can tweak global CO2 emissions and watch the climate change on a giant model of Pacifica. The visitor can test employing some Sedunnic-led innovations and policies and see the projected impact. The visitors can also explore the contribution to combatting climate change by different Sedunnic companies and organisations, such as the Sedunnic Space Agency, universities, Hejerr Opalen’s battery businesses, solar farms and the super computer research by Vis.

Exhibit 3: Culinary

Category: Culinary, wine

[spoiler]Sedunn is one of the renowned Mediterranean culinary nations. This exhibit showcases traditional Sedunnic food, wine, liqueur and deserts. The visitor can sample these and also explore options that take extra care of the environment. There is a kitchen where the visitors can get a crash course in Sedunnic cuisine by cooking a full meal with star chefs.


Nation: United Kingdom Of Emerald
NSlink/TSPWiki link: Kingdom Of Emerald (Pacifica) - TSP Encyclopedia

Exhibit 1: Jyllandic Vessels

Category: History
This Exhibit consists of a Replica of the ERNS Jylland BB-09, An Interactive simulator of an Emeraldian Battleship during the GW, and multiple Naval Relics, including the Name Plate of the ERNS Faroe C-01, The Uniform of Adm. Halsey, and the bell of the First Battleship Jylland.

Exhibit 2: Centralian Plains

Category: Culture, Art
This Exhibit Consists Of Multiple Paintings of the Centralian Plains, and Historical Relics of Centralia.

Exhibit 3: Emralian Mines

Category: Innovation, History
This Exhibit Consists Of a recreation of a typical Emralian Mine, Relics relating to Mining, and, what is claimed to be, the first steam powered Elevator Replica(This fact is disputed by Historians)

Exhibit 4: Colradian Rivers

Category: Culture, Art
This Exhibit Consists Of Colradian Art and Cultural Relics.

Exhibit 5: Nord-Danvirian Unity

Category: Culture, History, Art
This Exhibit Consists Of Art, Relics, and Artifacts detailing the Unity Between Emerald and Denver.


Nation: The Federal Republic of Kliegme
NSlink/TSPWiki link :NationStates | The Federal Republic of Kliegme

Exhibit 1: Garanian pottery and Porcelain

Category: Art

Oбщество Pемесленников(Craftsman Society)

Cheongja unhak sanggam mun maebyeong, the Centrepiece of the exhibition.

“이 청자보다 더 훌륭한 자기를 가져오시면 바꿔 드리겠소.”

Throughout the history of the Crabry Garanians, the Kliegmean land has been home to lively, innovative, and sophisticated art making. Long period of stability have allowed for the establishment of spiritual traditions, and artisan technologies specific to the region. The Gayan dynasty, a kingdom that formed in Kliegme before the formation of the kingdom of Kurigu, was considered to considered to have produced the finest works of ceramics in Kliegmean history. Celadon techniques were first introduced from Huawan; Gayan potters established a native style by the 12th century. One of these native styles is characterized by the sanggam technique, a way of inlaying that was unique to Gayan celadon. The color of the celadon, called bisaek for ‘green’, was also highly admired. The industry arose and declined as the Gayan dynasty developed.

At the TSP EXPO, Pot-makers, masters in the craft of Garanian Porcelain, will showcase both their creations and the relics from the Gayan Dynasty. In addition, a replica of these Porcelain will be sold at a sovuvenir shop.

Exhibit 2: Kliegmean Literature

Category: Art

Государственная Иблиотека(Kliegmean State Library)

[size=90] Kliegmean Literature at the Exhibition Library [/size=90]

"Все счастливые семьи похожи друг на друга,

каждая несчастливая семья несчастлива по-своему."

Kliegmean literature is commonly divided into 2 eras, pre-colonization and post-colonization. Pre-colonization literature was almost purely in Garanian, with Karnetvorian translations showing up after the colonization.

Pre-colonization literature has its roots in traditional folk beliefs and folk tales of the Garanian and Hinomoto people. It is not possible to assign definite dates or authors to most of these works. The stories are generally didactic, emphasizing correct moral conduct, and almost always have happy endings. It also commonly satires the societal issues of the time the stories were written in.

Post-colonization literature adopted many themes from Karnetvor and Alman, with the most prominent influence being from Romanticism. Romanticism permitted a flowering of especially poetic talent. An example being the Poet Aleksandr Irsenovich Ko, who was credited with both crystallizing the literary Kliegme-Garanian language and introducing a new level of artistry to Kliegmean literature . Prose was flourishing as well.

For the TSP EXPO, The Kliegmean State Library uses its collection to create a small library, free of cost.

Exhibit 3: Kliegmean Cuisine

Category: Culinary

FORTUNE Клигмйский ресторан

The food sold at the FORTUNE Клигмйский ресторан

Kliegme is considered to be unique in its Culinary culture, as Kliegmean cuisine is said to be a mix of Karnetvorian, Garanian, Hinomoto, and Alman. In the Expo, the world famous FORTUNE Kliegmean Restaurant will be opening a restaurant, selling and showcasing traditional and contemporary Cuisine. Visitors will also be able to purchase Meal kits for Kliegmean Cuisine, and to much joy from Alcohol-lovers, the Gawrnov Vodka, considered to be one of the best for its kind.


Nation: Federal Republic of Gianatla
NSlink/TSPWiki link: Gianatla on TSPedia

In accordance with the motto of the expo brought forward by the hosts in Hai Men, Gianatla features multiple exhibits showing off the heaps of progress made in Gianatla in recent years and the Gianlucian image of a progressive and harmonic society.
Within the Expo building, the Gianlucians have booked a smaller area for exhibit 1. Exhibits 3 - 5 are located somewhere else, which is why visitors are encouraged to use exhibit 2 to fully experience Gianatla’s presentation.

Exhibit 1: Living green without compromises

Category: Architecture

The problem is not new. The climate is changing worldwide and most countries have agreed on climate action protocols, the most significant recently being the Atlantis Climate Accords from 2015. One big area, in which change worldwide is necessary is how we build future housing, so that building materials can be recycled better, that micro climates are positively altered with it, that buildings become more space and resource efficient in total.
Gianlucian architect Jürgen Kowalske and his wife Emilia are presenting on the Hai Men Expo a fully modular little house on two floors, which features the re-introduction of wood in many places as a buildign material and a new kind of concrete, which can be recycled if the house should ever be demolished. Maybe it doesn’t need to be demolished anytime though, because actually this house can move. Yes, you heard this right. Considering the rising sea levels and the increasing number of heavy rain events, the architects find it necessary, that in the future - to protect precious materials and the wealth of the people - it is necessary to build homes in such a way, that they can be actually get relocated to another area.
Inside the architects took care, that only the latest and most energy efficient machines were built into the home. On the roof they’re naturally solar panels connected to electricity storages inside the house. The garden belonging to the house is designed in such a way, that rain water is used more efficiently within the soil and excess water can be used in the house for heating e.g.
Together with its modern design, this kind of new building, which can soon be found in several new neighbourhoods throughout Gianatla - even in or close to the last remaining rain forests of the country - leaves nothing to be desired.

Exhibit 2: Using existing infrastructure in a renewed way

Category: Infrastructure/Technology

Vehicle-manufacturing startup “Minibus” is creating exactly what you’re thinking right now: Cute electric mini buses, which will connect the Gianlucian exhibit 1 with the rest as well as with the parking area and station near the exhibition site. On pre-determined tracks, partially being real streets, partially being laid out with stripes on the exhibition floor, the almost square-shaped, driverless buses providing space for up to 10 passengers per vehicle show off how far self-driving vehicle technology has come and how safe it already is even if it has to navigate through areas where many people are arbitrarily walking around.

Exhibit 3: Something good to connect over

Category: Food

Gianatla is known especially for less ideal food options, whether we talk about food like burgers, fries, schnitzel or curry or national drinks like cocoa or beer. But they are known for the right reasons for those. As one of the biggest producers and exporters of all of the above products, as inventors of several varieties of them, there is virtually no one, who can say, Gianatla has nothing to offer for their palate.
Gianlucian fast food giant King’s Diner tries to lure people into their portion of the exhibit by offering three special types of burgers exclusively created for the expo. One being a burger with shrimp, another featuring a tofu patty and rice mixed with several spices and one featuring a cheese sauce mixed out of multiple cheeses from all around Pacifica. Visitors can vote at the stand on which of those burgers should be launched in a special promo event throughout the globe in King’s Diner restaurants.

Exhibit 4: Thinking out loud

Category: Culture, Debate, History

Exhibit 4 is always evolving as it is only a stage with 150 seats connected to it for an interested audience. Every day of the expo, Gianatla shows the power and importance of free speech, debates and critical thinking by inviting guest speakers from several countries for several topics including the danger of AI, the oppression of queer people in some countries or the importance of organisations like the World Forum. After a podium discussion lasting between 30 - 90 minutes, spectators are invited to keep the discussion with the guests and moderators going with the goal of everyone developing new thoughts and expanding their horizon in their minds. If no debate is on-going, people are encouraged to develop new ideas by looking at a mix out of modern and historical avantgarde paintings, that have the most critical and most enthusiastic comments from critics stuck around it with post-its.

Exhibit 5: Building friendships

Category: Technology/Gaming

Gianatla is one of the biggest and most important producers and developers of entertainment including games and gaming technology. In the last exhibit everyone is invited to dive into a VR world and talk with other people on the expo and in the living rooms on the other side of the globe, sometimes maybe even playing games or strolling through the virtual halls of a gaming convention taking place in Westtor at the time of the expo. The game “Virtual Chat Hall” by developer Karin Remmers makes this possible. She wants more people to connect more directly worldwide, not only to fight the increasing loneliness in younger generations, but also to dismantling stereotypes still way too prevalent in modern societies.


Nation: Huawan
NSlink/TSPWiki link: Huawan (Pacifica) - TSP Encyclopedia (tspforums.xyz)

Unity in Ice Hockey
Category: Sports, Fitness and Wellbeing

Ice hockey is the most popular sport in Huawan, and one that has been practised for ages. It started in the 15th century when ice fishermen and ice harvesters would play with their skating blades and rocks. Through amalgamation and internationalization it became a staple sport in Huawan, and one most popular in its cold climates.

One of the events that is still remembered today was the Hockey Ceasefire of 1954, whereupon a winter ceasefire between Peonic troops and Imperialist coalition soldiers led to a night of ice hockey in an abandoned ice rink in the border city. This was known as the Ice Hockey Ceasefire, one of the few moments of peace in the Great War.

The ice hockey exhibit shows Peonic innovations in ice hockey technology. Featuring the newest sticks, pucks and training technology that allows increased performance and preparation for ice hockey players.

Apart from the features of the latest technology. The Peonic pavilion also features an ice skating rink where visitors could skate around the rink. There is also an ice hockey rink where visitors could have lessons with Peonic athletes on basic ice hockey. There are also exhibition ice hockey matches and shows that are displayed in the exhibit. Showing expo visitors the intense love for ice hockey in Huawan.

Koi Fish, Aquatic Beauty of Peace
Category: Nature and Sustainability

The Koi Fish, or Nishikoi, are colored varieties of the Amur carp (Cyprinus rubrofuscus ). Breeding of them began in Aweiqinna in the sacred provinces, they once signified peace and balance, which was the hallmark of traditional Peonic medicine at the time.

Leading to the Feng Dynasty, the Koi was also a sign of power. With only the most educated or the most powerful are able to maintain such large exhibits of koi. It wasnt until the Feng dynasty where ownership of the koi was popularized as a sign of good luck. The trend has now spread to multiple countries as ornamental ownership increased.

A humongous koi habitat was erected in the Peonic exhibition with multiple kinds and colors are available. A digital interface is available to see the different varieties, and a camera detecting the colors is able to detect and track the particular koi at the particular time through the interface. The exhibit also houses tranquil musical performances from Koto players and Violinists with a zero noise policy.

Guests could marvel at the beautiful koi followed by the trickle of water and the sounds of string to soothe their soul from the hustle and bustle of the expo.

Other activities in the exhibit also include ancient calligraphy, tai chi, a koi-themed painting exhibit, a silk exhibit and rice wine ceremony tasting. The exhibit is to show the peace and holistic calmness that the koi would show that would alleviate stress.

雪帐篷 (Snow Tent)

Category: Architecture, Art and Culture

Huawan features the snow tent, an architectural pavilion that houses its local pavilions. It is designed to look like a tent made out of snow for people to take a shade and become a place to connect minds. It is also a show on sustainable architecture, featuring multiple eco innovations on temperature regulation of houses.

The snow tent also features local pavilions such as the art exhibit, an exhibit on Peonic furniture, historical relics which displays Peonic culture and tidbits of its life. These local pavilions would rotate as the expo goes on, so there is always something new in the Huawan pavilion

Its most famous one pavilion features a model railway exhibition of Huawan that features its most famous landmarks and cities in 1:150 scale model form. This is made by craftsmen from the newly built Peonic model railway museum, and the exhibit will be featured in Mangling International Airport Terminal 3, the biggest airport terminal in Huawan and one of the international flight hubs in Cordilia.

**推动创新的咖啡和茶 (Coffee and Tea that drives innovation)** **Category: Food and Beverage**

Huawan is a leading exporter of coffee and tea for centuries, and attributed these drinks to its innovation and economical prosperity. Its hold on the coffee and tea trade has greatly impacted its geopolitical influence, and the innovations it follows. Some of the highest quality products, as well as innovations of its applications are from Huawan

The exhibit features a coffee and tea library, where guests could try and sample every coffee and tea blend that has ever existed and catalogued by the South Pacific Tea and Coffee institute in Hai Lan. It also features other ceremonial tea celebrations, such as long spout pouring or tea ceremonies.

Coffee and tea based foods are also exhibited. Most notably traditional and modern confectionaries, dishes, and desserts featured by artisan chefs from the culinary institute of Huawan. Guests could also sample products from Peonic local companies.

Other products include coffee and tea based soap, paper, soil, etc. The most prominent is coffee and tea based cosmetics, including perfumery and cologne locally manufactured and produced using sustainably harvested coffee and tea. Agricultural innovations or products for the processing and brewing of coffee and tea are also featured.

Exhibit 5: 人造天灯(Manmade heavenly lights)
Category: Technology

As an extension of the expo, the city of Hai Men produced manmade light shows through the use of drones in the expo grounds. Producing intricate choreographed 3d light shows in night exhibitions from light artists.

The pavilion also included multiple light exhibits from artists that shows the intricacies and beauty of light for guests to explore. Including exhibits from famous artists and students from multiple art institutes in Huawan. Featuring the innovations and breakthroughs in light and electricity innovation.

There is also a tunnel developed by a collaboration from students from Royal Engineers College of Hai Men and the Lian Institute of Arts to create a drawable light exhibit. Where guests could draw their own light drawings in the tunnel, creating a collective art piece.


Exhibit 1 - Spice and Flower Garden/Restaurant

Celebrating Izaakias seafaring and trading history, the Spice and Flower Garden is inside a distinctive Izaakian geodesic dome which regulates temperature and humidity, and contains a waterfall. The exhibit showcases many of the major tropical plants that were brought to the South Pacific by Izaakian botanists and explorers, as well as many significant tropical plants that we all take for granted.

Part of the Exhibit is the Mei Mei Bar and Restaurant which celebrates the distinct Izaakian-Peonic fusion cuisine.

Exhibit 2 - Space Age Exhibit and Cocktail Bar

Exhibit 2 celebrates the achievements of the Izaakian Space Program, and shows off some of the current and future projects in space exploration. One of the exhibits is a life size replica of the habitation and oxygen farm units of the Izaakian Space Station which will be operational before 2024.

This exhibit will host a cocktail bar with space age cocktails, and a menu of space snacks and meals, as eaten by Izaakian cosmonaughts.

Exhibit 3 - Vertical Farming

[spoiler] Exhibit three showcases developments in Izaakian farming, with vertical indoor farming of more temperate leafy vegetables. Many of the vegetables used in the Spice and Flower Garden are grown here.


Exhibit 4 - The Green and Blue Evolution

Exhibit 4 contains many Izaakian companies advances in the computing, technology and green technology industries.


Nation: Republic of Eflad
NSlink/TSPWiki link: Eflad on TSPedia

Exhibit 1: A better Tomorrow

Category: Renewable energies/infrastructure

Hydrogen car of the car manufacturer Trek

The global problem of climate change knows no borders. We not only see it elsewhere but also feel it at home, due to our rainforest climate. Eflad doesn’t only talk about the consequences; we address them. Currently, the largest problem by far is energy sources. Often, the energy needed to supply our households and industries comes from coal, oil, and gas. We are changing that. With a moratorium on deforestation for coal and oil mining, we have successfully preserved 15 thousand hectares of forests, which is 10% of our total surface area. With a booming solar cell and hydrogen network, we are ready for a better tomorrow!

Exhibit 2: Starstuff

Observatory “The Hawk Eye” on Mt. Tlohog

A famous scientist once said, “The cosmos is within us. We are made of star-stuff. We are a way for the universe to know itself.” Our origins have never interested us more. We, as humans, have always been wanderers, and our glance has always been up, to the stars. Many would say that astronomy and astrophysics have no real use in real life. We beg to differ: the use of astrophysics and astronomy is to understand where we come from, what our building blocks are, and to contemplate our position in this universe. Eflad has always been a pioneer in space science. Join us to explore how the Efladian Space Agency has helped us move humanity forward.

Exhibit 3: Happy Together

Category: Culture, Inclusiveness

What does it mean to be Efladian? This Expo part answers this question. Being Efladian means being a member of the Efladian society. It means to respect others, help them, and make society a better place. Eflad has been through a lot. Global migration is nothing new to us, and Eflad is proud to say that we are leading the battle for inclusion. Without any quotas, we have managed to have almost every minority represented. Statistics have shown that these companies are performing better than those that are not diverse. Come with us and see for yourself how diverse and flourishing Efladian society is and what our goal for the future is.


Nation: Republic of Sallodesia
NSlink/TSPWiki link: Sallodesia (Pacifica) - TSPedia

Exhibit 1: Transvendaal Irrigation Systems

Transvendaal Irrigation Systems
Technology & Innovation
Venter Irrigations

Irrigated fields in Transvendaal.

Sallodesia has always had a history to try conquering nature. Either through hunting or transforming the landscape. The Kosbarans farmers have excelled in the latter, forging world renowned irrigation systems that have fueled the Sallodesian fruit basket. Now these same techniques are used around Pacifica to help all countries supplying themselves with agriculture.
At the TSP EXPO, Venter Irrigations will showcase some of their core techniques, both traditional & modern. Introducing both young & old in the fields of sustainable agriculture.

Exhibit 2: Penhalonga Pipers

The Penhalonga Pipers
Art & Culture (Music)
Penhalonga Pipers Band

A Penhalonga Piper during a ceremony in Penhalonga.

Sallodesia is known for its many different sub-cultures. However, a small group of Austral immigrants have kept their traditions closely. Nowadays, the Penhalongan Hills have become synonymous with the sounds of bagpipes. Founded by Calvin McKenna, the Penhalonga Pipers have mixed their own overseas culture with Sallodesian traditions, adopting the Sallodesian green as their main colour. Ever since, they have performed many tours around Pacifica bringing their unique music that mixes music from different cultures.
At the TSP EXPO, the Penhalonga Pipers Band will perform many marches throughout the exposition, exposing Hai Men to a unique blend of cultures from around Pacifica.

Exhibit 3: Kybok

The National Kybok Association

Hillside Kybok
Picture of a Kybok.

The Kybok is the national animal of Sallodesia and has helped the nation forge its identity. Known for its elegant & jumpy nature, the Kybok is an animal unique to Sallodesia that has adapted specifically for the Sallodesian savannas. It has also been domesticated and has become a nationwide substitute for beef.
At the TSP EXPO, National Kybok Association will hold interactive workshops about the history of the Kybok and its role to unify Sallodesia alongside courses on how to cook Kybok meat.

Exhibit 4: Sallodesian Symphony

Sallodesian Symphony, Op. 8 - Nyiko Nakumbani
Art & Culture (Music)
The Nakumbani Foundation

A portrait of Niyko Nakumbani in 1908

Although classical music is mostly associated with Sedunn & Stoinia, Sallodesia too holds some hidden gems. Therefore, Sallodesia would like to present the Sallodesian Symphony by composer Nyiko Nakumbani. Nyiko Nakumbani is a composer of Kitonge origin that had to struggle with colonial racism to flourish in music. Having picked up a broken violin at the age of six, the young Nakumbani became obsessed with music as he was taught how to repair & maintain his instrument by a Stoinian Predivarius instrument builder named Dumitru Pascari during his business trip in Kariba. He taught himself music from pieces he received from Pascari. Playing like a virtuoso for pennies on the streets of the city to help support his family. It wouldn’t be long before his talents were picked up by professional musicians and would receive the personal tutelage from the renowned violinist Rylond Pietersen. Eventually making it into Salisbury in 1894 where he began studying as a composer. Composing the Sallodesian Symphony in his final year utilizing musical themes, motifs & rhythms from all the people in Sallodesia. The musical masterpiece was so revolutionizing & beloved by the white elite, that substantial efforts were made to help develop the talents of indigenous Sallodesian people.

The Kariba Philharmonics Orchestra during a concert.

The Kariba Philharmonics Orchestra will commemorate Nakumbani’s work by performing the Sallodesian Symphony in the Bustani Hall, named after Khalil Bustani, in Hai Men. Honouring the legacy of Nakumbani who brought Sallodesians together despite racial differences through music and Khalil Bustani who brought Bailtem & Cordilia together through Huawan.
Meanwhile the TSP EXPO will also host an interactive course depicting the life story of composer Nyiko Nakumbani and the many perils of racism he overcame. Showcasing the modern Sallodesian spirit of cooperation.

Exhibit 5: Ndai Dance

Ndai Dance
Art & Culture
Chagutu Folkloric Ensemble

Ndembe tribesmen performing the Ndai dance.

One of the most famous aspects of Ndembe culture is the Ndai dance. A ritualistic dance which utilizes jumps which is performed by young Ndembe men as part of important ceremonies. The jumps are impressive as they reach impressive heights while maintaining a steady rhythm while others chant. The dance is deeply rooted in Ndembe culture and has survived the tests of time.
At the TSP EXPO, the Chagutu Folkloric Ensemble will perform many such dances and offer workshops for everyone to learn the basics of this dance.

Exhibit 6: Matakambe Ikhaka & Ikhawa

Matakambe Ikhaka & Ikhawa Shields
Art & Culture
National Museum of Sallodesian History

An Ikhawa shield with an Ashenga staff.

The Matakambe have a reputation as honourable warriors who gave Izaakian & Kosbaran colonists a fair challenge in their many conflicts. Most renowned was the reported ability of the Matakambe’s ability to absorb musket bullets with their shields. The famed Ikhaka shield has saved many Matakambe lives during these conflicts and scared the enemies of the Matakambe tribes. Though there are many variants of this type of shield, the Ikhaka & Ikhawa (ceremonial dance variant) have become staples of Matakambe culture. Both in martial & artistic prowess. Such respect is given to this shield, that it has become part of the Sallodesian coat of arms.
The National Museum of Sallodesian History will host an exhibition of these shields, showcasing the craftsmanship of these leather shields. In addition, passers-by will be able to purchase their own Ikhaka or Ikhawa shield in a shop of traditional craftsmen as a decoration for their household.


Nation: Imperial Republic of Weisserstein
NSlink/TSPWiki link:NationStates | The Weissersteiner Cultural City of Lichterstadt

Exhibit 1: Statues of Heroes of the Empire - Science and human advancements

“Those who hoist our flag in the midst of war, those who defend our country in the toughest of times, those who made breakthroughs in science for the betterment of mankind, and those who continue to explore the arts for the betterment of mankind; those are heroes and those are worthy of being celebrated.”
-Kaiser Wilhelm I

Since the Proclamation of the Weissersteiner Empire, the lands of Weisserstein have had several important scientists and theorists who made significant advancements within the human and social sciences. Many of them later given the title Hero of the Empire, one of the most prestigious within the Imperial Republic.

Amongst the statues of the Heroes of the Empire, three miniature replicas will be showcased in the expo, that being of Friedrich Gutenberg, Musa Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, and Alfred Schwartz.

Friedrich Gutenberg, introduced the Printing Press into Weisserstein

Musa Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, a prominent Weissersteiner polymath from Qadr-Nacht

Alfred Schwartz, founder of the Weissersteiner Red Cross Society

Exhibit 2: The Weisserstein-Sugovian Friendship Accords monument

“Let this day be remembered, for this day is worthy of such remembrance. Let it be known far and wide, that our nation’s friendship shall be eternal.”
-Said Iqbal, President of Sugovia

The Weisserstein-Sugovia Friendship Accords Monument, also known as the Weisserstein-Sugovia Friendship Arch, is a large triumphal Arch in the Sugovian city of Marianna, with a replica of the Arch located in Friedrichsdorf, Weisserstein. The Arch is meant to symbolize the brotherhood and unity of Weisserstein and Sugovia, of their shared history and culture.

The Arch in Marianna

For the Hai Men TSP Expo, a model version of both the Arch in Marianna and the Arch in Friedrichsdorf will be showcased at the Weissersteiner booth.

Exhibit 3: Weissersteiner cuisine - "Qadrese Shawarma"

“Well, let me tell you: the day I ate a Qadrese Shawarma was the day I discovered I never want to leave Qadr-Nacht”
-Kaiser Wilhelm II

This year, Weisserstein’s culinary exhibit will showcase the renowned Qadrese-style Shawarma.


A culinary delight in Weisserstein’s Muslim-majority region, the Qadrese Shawarma is popular in every corner of the Imperial Republic.

Most Creative Pavilion
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  • Weisserstein
  • Eflad
  • Sedunn
  • Sallodesia
  • Emerald
  • Kliegme
  • Gianalta
  • Stoinia
  • Huawan

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  • Eflad
  • Sedunn
  • Sallodesia
  • Emerald
  • Kliegme
  • Gianalta
  • Stoinia
  • Huawan

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  • Izaakia
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  • Eflad
  • Sedunn
  • Sallodesia
  • Emerald
  • Kliegme
  • Gianalta
  • Stoinia
  • Huawan

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