Pavilion Theme: Charming Capital - Art Beijing，Science Beijing and Green Beijing
Adam：Welcome to Beijing Pavilion!
Kaka: I was heard that Beijing Week will kick off soon.
Adam: Nini, you are a charming girl, now Beijing is a charming capital.
Adam：But this time Beijing will move Birdnest and Watercube to Shanghai too, and also the Forbidden City and National Grand Theatre, of course with some hi-tech.
Nini: Really? That will be amazing, cos I've never been to Beijing before. Adam, you might show me around Beijing Pavilion tomorrow.
Adam: Surething. The main colors of the pavilion are orange, blue and green, symbolizing for art, science and environmental protection. It just shows a great, simple, warm, bright, international Beijing to the whole world.
Kaka: I learned from news that there will be a Beijing parade in the world expo site tomorrow.
Adam: Yes, I think it will be a fantastic parade, like those actors dressed in palace costume and olympic sportswear, meanwhile you can see 16 famous spots of the city.
Kaka: Last year, I was on business in Beijing, you know the air you take is much fresher and cleaner, I think Beijing has set a good example in environmental protection.
Adam: So that's what a green Beijing means, but new Beijing didn't abandon the old one, you know during Beijing Week, some craftsmen from Beijing will perform folk arts, including paper-cutting and clay sculpture, just like they often do during Spring Festival. Also Beijing Pavilion will feature Sihe Yard, Narrow Lane and Quanjude Beijing roast duck.
Kaka：Tomorrow I'd love to invite you to have Beijing Duck. It's on me.
Kaka：Will you go Beijing Pavilion tomorrow?
Adam: Of course, at 8:30 tomorrow morning, the opening ceremony of Beijing Week will be held in the west square of China Pavilion, and they are going to present a great gift called Blessing From Beijing, there will be 2010 pupils taking part in this ceremony.
Kaka: I am afraid it will be very crowded tomorrow morning.