Jilin Pavilion finished

08:39, April 19, 2010      

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Wang Jinzhen (third right), member of Expo 2010 organization committee and vice chairman of China Council For the Promotion of International Trade, unveiled the monument together with Chen Weigen(fourth right), vice governor of Jilin Province.

Exterior appearance of Jilin Pavilion

Living harmoniously with nature

Beautiful scenery of Jilin

Video showing fast development of economy in Jilin Province

Fearuring famous Changbai Mountain, Jilin Pavilion was finished yesterday. Jilin Pavilion takes “Create a Green Livable City, Enjoy a Modern Beautiful Life” as its theme to show the green developing idea in the northeastern Chinese province.

The pavilion unfolds a picture of harmony between humans and nature, close to the main theme “Better City, Better Life” of Expo Shanghai. Combining the mountain garden, forests and Tianchi Changbai Mountain, the special design illustrated the idea of a livable city.

Chen Weigen, vice governor of Jilin Province, unveiled the pavilion together with Wang Jinzhen, member of Shanghai Expo 2010 organization committee and a vice chairman of China Council For the Promotion of International Trade.

The exterior appearance of Jilin Pavilion is like Changbai Mountain with forests underneath. A lively printing, which consists of the image of forests, Changbai Mountain and Tianchi, showing the exclusive landscape of Jilin is made by art application of lighting

Jilin Pavilion has three exhibition areas. Entering the first area, visitors will smell the fragrant of pine forest, which is also shown by colourful dawning art and multimedia, and feel like in the real nature. In the second area, an interactive screen and high speed car simulator are provided for visitors to feel the high developing speed of economy and culture in the cities of Jilin Province. Visitors can experience a tour of Changbai Mountain in the 4D cinema and enjoy beautiful scene of Jilin Song in the last area.

Jilin Pavilion wants to show a modernized city in the forest, and that is “Better City, Better Life” in Jilin style.

Source: Expo2010


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