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China Pavilion Construction has been Completed
Published on Feb 9, 2010 by Lori
China Pavilion construction of Shanghai Expo was finished on Feb. 8th, 2010. It is dubbed as Oriental Crown, an exact embodiment of the China tradition and spirit by using the Dougong (a Chinese traditional structural component of interlocking wooden brackets) and the stately Gugong Red (the color representing happiness, prosperity of China). This giant architecture has stored the essence of China history over 5,000 year in its three exhibition halls. The pavilion is composed of two parts--the national pavilion and provincial pavilion. 56 brackets of the pavilion symbolize the nation's 56 minority ethnic groups.
The 160,000-square-meter pavilion will be turned into a museum for Chinese history and culture after the Expo closure in 2010.