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International Horticulture Exposition 2011 Xi’an China

Expo-2011-Xi'an



Duration: April 28 to October 22, 2011
Expected Visitors: 12 million
Theme: Eternal peace & harmony between nature & mankind, nurturing the future earth
Site: Guangyun Lake, Chanba Ecological Area, Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, China
Website: http://en.expo2011.cn/

Expo-2011-Xi'an




General information
 
International Horticultural Exposition 2011 Xi’an will be held in the Chan-Ba Ecological District, Xi’an from April 28 to October 22 with the theme of
“eternal peace & harmony between nature & mankind, nurturing the future earth”.
The International Horticultural Exposition is the highest professional exposition in the world. It is a global organization, Association of International
Producers of Horticulture (AIPH), having more than 25 member organizations of commercial horticultural producers from five continents. Xi’an was
granted the right to hold the International Horticulture Exposition 2011 by AIPH at its 59th congress held in Brighton, United Kingdom on September
4, 2007.
Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi Province, China, is also ancient capital of China for 13 dynasties. It is renowned for being the eastern terminus of Silk
Road and for the location of the Terracotta Army from the Qin Dynasty.
The actual site of the expo is Guangyun Lake. It is located at the bank of Chanba known as "Bashang". Guangyun Lake was a major port in ancient
China. During the Tianbao period of the Tang dynasty (742-756AD), Emperor Xuanzong held a large-scale water transport exposition and trade fair
here to encourage commerce and trade and display region’s capability in smooth water transport. This event in ancient times marked the
beginning of the World expo.


Emblem of International Horticulture Exposition 2011 Xi’an 
The emblem of the International Horticultural Exposition Xi'an is the “Chang'an Flower”, which
names after a poem “Riding on the crest of success, seeing all the flowers in Chang'an.”  The
design stems from the Classic of the Virtue of the Path and the Power: “The Tao produced
One; One produced Two; Two produced Three; and Three produced All things.” The emblem
takes the shape of a flower composed of petals arranged in ascending order, from the triangle
of the innermost layer to the hexagon of the outer layer, forming an auspicious oriental flower
seal.

Mascot of International Horticultural Exposition 2011 Xi'an
The primitive image of the Chang'an Flower is actually the city flower of Xi'an, the pomegranate
blossom. Hence the pomegranate is the core element of the design shape and the color of the
Chang'an flower. In addition, the flower's name is quite easy to remember, features what Xi'an
is special for and echoes with the design concept of the exposition emblem.  The name of the
mascot shares the same meaning as the emblem.

 


Theme of International Horticulture Exposition 2011 Xi’an
 
"Eternal peace & harmony between nature & mankind, nurturing the future earth - a city for nature, co-existing in peace" (Chinese version: Nature
and People in One in Chang'an, Nature Creativity- A City for Nature, Co-existing in Peace)
"People" represents the city, and "Chang'an” is the ancient name of Xi'an, an ancient capital with a long history and a symbol for national prosperity
and security. Hence, "Nature and People in One in Chang'an" embodies the harmonious co-existence between the city and nature. "Nature
Creativity", that is "nurturing the future earth", refers to: on the basis of respecting and protecting nature, allowing nature to serve humankind by
utilizing and restoring it.

Landmarks of International Horticulture Exposition 2011 Xi’an Park


Chang’an Tower
The Chang’an Tower, an observation tower and the symbol of the exposition, is of
commanding height at the exposition site- Young Zhongnan Mountain. Climbing up to the top
of the tower, tourists may have a panoramic view of the whole site. The Chang’an Tower has
13 stories. The design of the tower incorporates modern elements while keeping the main
form of an antique square tower of the Sui and Tang Dynasties (581-907). It is a reflection of
both the essence of Chinese architectural culture and modern, trendy urban features. It also
represents a perfect combination of green architectural technology and art, exemplifying
ecological practice. The tower will become a landmark that enhances Xi’an’s architectural
culture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theme Pavilion
The Theme Pavilion, one of the four landmarks of the International Horticultural
Exposition 2011 Xi’an, is centrally located and was designed to be integrated with the
surrounding water and land terrains. Its architectural layout is in the shape of the
Chinese character “王” consisting of irregular tri-wing geometrical objects. External
wall faces made of bronze, wood, or shrubbery function as irregular interfaces. The
exhibition in the pavilion will showcase new achievements and products in horticulture
and floriculture as well as new environmentally-friendly and energy-saving
technologies and materials.

 

 

 

 

 

Greenhouse
The Greenhouse located at the Splendid Lake is the botanic greenhouse of the
International Horticultural Exposition 2011 Xi’an. Displayed in the house would mainly
be rare plants and eco-landscapes from different regions of various climates in the
world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guangyun Entrance 
The Guangyun Entrance, located at the north-east part of the exposition site, is the
main entrance of the International Horticultural Exposition 2011 Xi’an, and it crosses
the 60-meter wide Expo Avenue. The avenue can hold as many as 20,000
passengers during peak hours. The ramp is made up of water features and square
flowers gardens, with horticulture features paving the way from the highest end to the
lowest end, well-integrating with the Chang’an Flower Valley. This magnificent design
makes a great impression.

 



Expo-2011-Xi'an




Ticket
 


Types/Sales period

Pre-Sale Period
01/10/2010

~
31/03/2011

Expo Period
28/04/2011

~
22/10/2011

Rules of Application

Remarks

Peak Day
Single Day Admission

RMB 130

RMB 150

1.Applicable to all visitors;
2.Applicable in peak days or
any other standard days;
3.One ticket for each visitor,
single day admission.

Peak Days include the Opening days
(Apr.28~Apr.30), May Day holiday (May. 1~May.3),
Dragon Boat Festival (3 days holiday), Mid-
Autumn Day (3 days holiday), National Day
Holiday (Oct. 1~ Oct 7), Closing days (Oct 20 ~
Oct 22), altogether 22 peak days.

Standard Day
Single Day Admission

RMB 85

RMB 100

1.Applicable to all visitors;
2.All days during the expo
period except peak days;
3.One ticket for each visitor,
single day admission.

Standard Days refers to all other visiting days
expect peak days. Expo 2011 Xi’an has
altogether 156 days.

 

Previous International Horticulture Exposition in China
Kunming, Yunnan Province: 1999, themed “Man and Nature, marching into the 21st century
Shenyang, Liaoning Province: 2006, themed “Man Live in Harmony with Nature”

 

Visit International Horticultural Exposition 2011 in Xi’an, as well as the other highlights across China!


 
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