"Just walking for a few meters and you can meet the entire world, literally. I’m happy that this fantastic exhibition, after so much criticism, has finally been redeemed. For those like me who’ve been working on it for six years it’s an amazing achievement. It’s been a unique opportunity for everyone, visitors and workers alike, and in addition to the fun there have been many moments for reflection. One of the pavilions that best expressed the true meaning of this exhibition was, in my opinion, that of Korea. I was able to try their food and despite the many ingredients you could easily make out each individual flavor. Expo Milano 2015 has been a place for discussion, meeting, sharing, and exchanging points of view, and they do not always have to be unanimous and positive: a discussion is constructive even when you are not of the same opinion”.
"I travelled from Spain to be a volunteer here at Expo Milano 2015. I’ve learned a lot from this experience, it’s one that I would recommend to everyone. I’ve made friends with many other young people who were volunteers at the same time as me. Obviously I will have to return to Spain, but we’ve decided to meet up again, the friendship that has been created is stronger than mere distance!"
"Unfortunately our time as volunteers lasts only two weeks, but they are two weeks I will never forget. Think about it, we are both from Naples, we even have mutual friends but hadn’t gotten to know each other and we ended up here in the same room together! Since having the morning shift we’ve managed to tour more of the exposition site, as visitors, and also Milan. At the end of these two weeks we’ll return to Naples, but for the closing of the Expo we'll be here again! We can't miss it! "