The largest jade sculpture of sea goddess Mazu on the mainland will be exhibited at Fujian Province's Expo 2010 pavilion, which will offer a close-up look at the province's landscape, culture and performances.
The first batch of components for the Hunan Pavilion is heading to Shanghai, making Central China's Hunan Province one of the first domestic participants to start pavilion construction and exhibition arrangement.
Hong Kong has planned two visual art exhibitions and a raft of performances including opera, dance and multi-media shows for the upcoming Expo, while Macau has witnessed smooth construction of its pavilions.
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