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China Pavilion reopens after weeks of maintenance

MANY visitors waited for three and a half hours to enter the China Pavilion which reopened today after it was closed on May 31 for renovation and maintenance. The pavilion, one of the most popular venues during Expo 2010, will open through October 10. Exhibits are the same, so is its 20-yuan (US$3) ticket price, the Expo organizer said today. The pavilion is open 9am to 5pm daily expect Monday. Its entrance is on Xueye Road in Pudong. Tickets are available from 8:30am to 4pm at the ticket boxes on Shangnan Road near the pavilion. Seniors, disabled people, students, children and military personnel are eligible for a 5 yuan discount. Children under 1.2 meters tall can enter for free if accompanied by an adult. The pavilion received more than 9 million visitors during the 6-month World Expo last year and has received another 5.7 million visitors since it reopened on December 1.

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