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A half-sized replica of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing identifies this pavilion. Gardens and reflecting ponds simulate those found in Suzhou, and an art gallery features a lotus-blossom gate and formal saddle roof line. The China Pavilion offers two restaurants: a fast-food eatery and a full-service establishment (Advance Reservations recommended) that serves lamentably lackluster Chinese food in a lovely setting. The Joy of Tea, a new tea stand and specialty-drink vendor, feeds your caffeine addiction until you can get to Morocco's espresso bar.

The pavilion also hosts regularly updated exhibits on Chinese history, culture, or trend-setting developments. Past exhibits have covered everything from China's indigenous peoples to the layout of Hong Kong Disneyland. The current exhibit features a look at Chinese funeral sculptures, including miniature clay warriors who protect the tombs' occupants.

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