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The “Chi­nese Wis­dom and Pract ice Sect ion” rep­re­sents “to­day”. It will en­able au­di­ences to have a close look at the pro­duc­tion mech­a­nisms of wind, so­lar power, nu­clear and wa­ter power in fam­ily, t raf f ic, ur­ban ser vice and ru­ral sce­nar­ios. With “A Day with New En­ergy ” as t h e main l ine, the ex­hi­bi­tion will il­lus­trate the in­flu­ence of new en­ergy on hu­man life through im­mer­sive in­ter­ac­tion, solid mod­el­ing, video in­ter­ac­tion, in­stal­la­tion dis­plays, me­chan­i­cal sand ta­bles and vir­tual re­al­ity in­ter­ac­tion.

The “En­ergy Dream The­ater” hall, the high­light of the China Pav­il­ion, rep­re­sents “the fu­ture”. It can ac­com­mo­date 120 peo­ple and will show the pav­il­ion’s themed video. Cen­ter­ing on the “Belt and Road Ini­tia­tive” and fu­ture en­ergy dreams and fo­cus­ing on “Ar­ti­fi­cial Min­isun” nu­clear fu­sion tech­nol­ogy, the video tells a story in which the hero pur­sues light and ex­plores new en­ergy and re­cy­cling to feed na­ture; a vivid re­flec­tion of new en­ergy de­vel­op­ment and a sig­nal of China’s con­fi­dence in mak­ing tech­ni­cal break­throughs for en­ergy de­vel­op­ment to ben­e­fit the “Bel t and Road”. Through a sphere in­stal­la­tion fit­ted with an arc screen, the 3D video will achieve a stereo­scopic ef­fect and give au­di­ences an im­mer­sive ex­pe­ri­ence, push­ing the ex­hi­bi­tion to a cli­max.

The “Global Re­spon­si­bil­ity and Part­ner­ship” hall will dis­play the fruits of China’s ef­forts to ad­vance co­op­er­a­tion in en­ergy tech­nol­ogy with other count ries, es­pe­cially cen­tral Asian ones. The sec­tion will present a model of the Longyuan Wind Power Plant of China Guo­dian Co, an HPR1000 model from China Gen­eral Nu­clear Power Group, a coal power plant ul­tra- low car­bon emis­sion tech­nol­ogy model from Zhe­jiang En­ergy Group and a dis­play of the global en­ergy in­ter­net work of the State Grid Cor­po­ra­tion of China.

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