(A photo studio with old furniture set up in the exhibition. Photo: Xinhua)
The exhibition to commemorate the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up has received more than 1 million visits as of Thursday, according to the organizer.
The exhibition, which opened at the National Museum in Beijing on Nov. 13, uses historical photos, texts, videos, miniature models and interactive activities to show China's achievements over the past 40 years.
A digital version of the grand exhibition has also been launched. The online pavilion uses diverse multimedia and interactive technologies to bring 154 panoramas, 2,163 display boards and 218 videos to web users.