I have been to the China Art Pavillion several times now, and I would go again and again and again. The building itself is quite spectacular it's the big red Pavillion shaped building you can see as you cross the river over the Nangpu bridge or the Lupu bridge. It was the Chinese exhibit for the world expo in Shanghai in 2010. It really is quite stunning. You enter via a very long travalator and then the fun starts. Personally i now always start at the top and work down, this is probably because it's my favorite floor - it holds a lot of Chinese art both old (brush and ink paintings) alomg with more modern with some fantastic portrayals of the Battle of Shanghai. Then there is the Down by the riverside at the Qing Ming festival exhibit. This is a digital version of the Chinese masterpiece, which will take your breath away. There is no charge for entry so no excuse not to visit. If you get the chance it really is well worth a visit. Make sure you are not in a rush if you like art galleries as it will take you a good 3-4hours to get around every exhibit.
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