, a host city of the Beijing Olympic Games, will hold an Olympic Culture Show from June 23 to October 7, 2008.
The 8,000-square-meter main pavilion at the city’s World Expo will display the, es, emblems, songs, medals, mascots and of various past Olympic Games.
Other exhibits include commemorative stamps, coins, pins, sports-themed sculptures, photos, films and videos, Olympic legends and their stories.
In addition to treasures of past Olympic Games, the exhibition will feature traditional Chinese and oil paintings, paper cuttings, calligraphy and couplets from Olympiccities.
As the Olympic Games will take place while the show runs, mass activities such as the live TV broadcast of the Olympic Games at the city’s Olympic Culture Squares as well as interactions with the public will be arranged. Popular activities like tug-of-war, martial arts, demonstrations ofskills and boat racing in lakes will also be held.
A section of thebetween the World Expo and the Center Stadium will be made a sightseeing spot to offer visitors a venue to fish, walk, run, and bike during the show. Traditional Chinese folk art and acrobatic performances will also be offered.