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DENMARK celebrates its National Pavilion Day today with music, song and dance.
Both Chinese and Danish artists will perform.
With a theme of "Welfairytales" - combining welfare and fairy tales - stories about modern Denmark feature efforts to create sustainable urban development and welfare solutions.
Zone C showcases a fairy tale world with the Little Mermaid, the country's symbol, making her first visit to Shanghai.
Created in 1913 to honor the character created by Hans Christian Andersen, the bronze Little Mermaid usually sits on a stone at the edge of Copenhagen's harbor.
She is now in China in the pavilion's pool surrounded by scenes of Copenhagen.
The pavilion is arranged like a fairy tale in three chapters: the story of Denmark's cities, the story of its people and the story of Danish technology and solutions for future urban living.
There's a play area for children and the family can enjoy a picnic on the rooftop garden.


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