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Post-Expo exhibitions of China pavilion end in Shanghai


10:32, October 10, 2011

SHANGHAI, Oct. 9 (Xinhua) -- The post-Expo exhibitions of the China Pavilion, the top attraction at the World Expo 2010, concluded Sunday in Shanghai.

Statistics show that the pavilion attracted 17.5 million visits during the 184-day Expo and two extended exhibitions after the Expo closed in October 2010.

Ding Hao, chairman of the World Expo Development Group, said the pavilion's structure will be kept as a cultural landmark that reflects the spirit of the Expo.

The animated version of the ancient painting - Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival, a star exhibit at the China Pavilion, will be exhibited in Taiwan in October and Singapore in December, according to Ding.


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