Six months before the start of the Expo, I was given the chance to visit the State Grid Pavilion on the Puxi side of the Expo grounds while it was still being built. The people who took us through described a “Magic Cube” that would be the centerpiece of their pavilion effort – a six-sided multimedia show.
This week, I finally got a chance to enter the State Grid Pavilion in its completed state and see for myself. This gallery is a comparison of what the State Grid looks like now and what it looked like during construction.
Luckily, the line was short and the pavilion not too crowded. People lined up in a relatively calm manner to get into the Magic Cube. I won’t give away everything that happened in the cube, but it was quite impressive! You can see the first minute or so here.