The L-shaped pavilion, the Pinyin initial of the character "Li", signifies that China is a "Land of Ceremonies" and a "Power of Integrity". On the roof of the pavilion, two 6m high jade person sculptures are modelled on the "Hongshan Jade People" of thousands of years of history. The traditional Chinese art of making jade items will be introduced to visitors, to explain through jade culture the essence of Chinese culture.
- Visitors can have intimate contact with the three "Dawn Boys" robots.
- The space-time theatre tells the ancient Chinese myth "Nuwa repairs the Sky" through a 3D film.
- On display will be a precious 2.5 t jade landscape sculpture "Yushanzi" made in the 1960s of the last century.
©Official Guide - Expo 2010 Shanghai China