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Chongming wins bid for China Flower ExpoChongming District has won the rights for the 10th China Flower Expo in 2021.
The expo will be staged at the Dongping National Forest Park from March 24 to July 1, 2021, over an area of 10 square kilometers.
Themed “Blossom with Chinese Dream,” the expo will be divided into three key zones — an north-south axis, a circular flower creek belt, and core exhibition, forest and services areas.
The core area will be a peony-shaped flower field with plum blossom, orchid, lotus and chrysanthemum. The flower creek will be created in the shape of a sickle — part of the emblem of the Communist Party of China to mark the 100th anniversary.
The indoor flower exhibition will be set up in an area of 60,000 square meters and will feature species from different parts of the world.
The outdoor exhibition will take up an area of 160 hectares incorporating flower association exhibition and sister cities exhibition. The aquatic flowers exhibition area will boast a 5km flower creek belt.
Elsewhere, there will be room for floriculture performances and industry forums.
Read more at Shine (Jiang Xinhua)
Publication date: 4/12/2018
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