The 2010 Shanghai World Expo has been open for several months and there are large numbers of volunteers serving there.
Chen Chuan，a 19- year-old student at Fudan University, is usually fast asleep at 6 am. But over the May 1 holiday, he was rising early to eat breakfast and 1 answer questions like，“Where can I find the toilet?” Such is the life of a Shanghai World Expo volunteer. But Chen and his 72,000 colleagues(同事)aren't complaining, 2 ，they’re trying not to. “Volunteering is 3 work，”Chen said，“but it makes me feel happy. ”
Other student volunteers have 4 feelings. Wang Lin an 18-year-old volunteer from Chongqing University，told us about trying to explain to a tourist why a line to visit a pavilion was so long. When the tourist suddenly got quite angry, Wang became upset 5 being shouted at. Wang said. “I didn’t expect we would have to face so many difficulties in our service. But I know serving is about giving 6 . ”Still，the very next day, Wang received a reward(嘉奖)when she helped a lost child 7 his parents. “The happy smiles and their gratitude(感谢)made me feel so 8 ，”Wang said. “That’s 9 I now always smile to others，even if they don’t look happy. Smiling makes me happy. ”
10 their green and white clothes，people call volunteers “Little Cabbage”. Wang likes this nickname(绰号). “We’re green, we are fresh，just like the vegetable，”Wang said.
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