Moving "Riverside Scene During the Qingming Festival" debuts at Shanghai Expo

13:27, May 04, 2010      

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Visitors from home and abroad watch the much-preferred moving "Riverside Scene During the Qingming Festival" at the Shanghai Expo''s Chinese pavilion, on May 2, 2010. The most precious exhibit of the China Pavilion, the electronic version of the national treasure by the renowned artist Zhang Zeduan of North Song Dynasty (1127-1279), measures 6.3 by over 130 meters, and is 30 times the size of its original. With 12 projectors running simultaneously, the scenes alternate every four minutes, giving a full and vivid presentation of the daily life of the common folks duirng the heyday of the Song Dynasty. (Photo: chinanews.com)


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