Under the theme of "nature, city, harmony - art of living. The pavilion exhibition focused on the development of city life, which presages the main theme of "Better City, Better Life" at the Shanghai World Expo 2010, the first expo in the world to be held in China.
To give a panoramic view of the immense Chinese culture, the exhibition is divided into five exhibition areas.
Exhibition Area 1: The Tree of Life, an elegant musical movement. Using the effect of light from the tree of life, the exhibition presents scenes of seasonal change and the order of day and night. Perfume floats out of the tree of life and combines with the simulated sound of nature, giving the visitor an audiovisual experience.
Exhibition area 2: A tour of Chinese civilization. The large relief on the wall and video documentaries on Chinese cities give the visitor a broad overview of Chinese civilization, from ancient times to modern life.
Exhibition area 3: Art of living. The best of Chinese relics, especially those from the Han and Tang dynasties, and state-of-the-art Chinese products are presented in this area. Scenes of Chinese life are reproduced by three-dimensional technology and other modern projection.
Exhibition Area 4: Crystal Cinema. The futuristic crystal-like cinema uses rotating screens to display documentaries interpreting the theme of the China pavilion.
Exhibition area 5: Sandalwood desk. The Chinese-style study was furnished with sandalwood furniture of Qing dynasty design. The study also served as a VIP lounge and a place for small presentations.