Shanghai Post Expo's China pavilion will reopen to the public on December 1st and remain open for half a year, the Expo Bureau said Thursday.
China Pavilion, one of the most popular pavilions of the Shanghai World Expo, received more than 10 million visitors during the six-month event.
Exhibitions in pavilion will mostly remain the same as they were during the Shanghai World Expo which ran from May 1 to October 31. Only an exhibition featuring stories behind China Pavilion's construction and operation has been added in the waiting hall, according to a statement from the bureau.
Tickets for the pavilion are priced 20 yuan for adults, 15 yuan for students, disabled people, military servicemen and aged people. Children less than 1.2 meters tall will not need tickets, according to the statement. The pavilion will be open from 9 am to 5 pm seven days a week.