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National South China Sea Museum lights up Qionghai
 
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Construction of the main structure has already been finished. According to workers at the site, three to four exhibition halls will open to the public during the 2017 Bo'ao Forum for Asia, and the overall construction of the museum is scheduled to be completed by the end of this year. The museum will be a key base for exhibiting the history and culture of the South China Sea. It will also serve to promote exchanges and cooperation among countries along the maritime Silk Road.

Photo shows the National South China Sea Museum glittering in the night in Qionghai, Hainan province, March 19, 2017. (Photo/IC)

Photo shows the National South China Sea Museum glittering in the night in Qionghai, Hainan province, March 19, 2017. (Photo/IC)

Photo shows the National South China Sea Museum glittering in the night in Qionghai, Hainan province, March 19, 2017. (Photo/IC)

Photo shows the National South China Sea Museum glittering in the night in Qionghai, Hainan province, March 19, 2017. (Photo/IC)

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