According to recent and trusted sources it has been brought into notice that about three Chinese local governments have offered the Tourism Ministry of the glorious country of Malaysia, to take over the Malaysia Pavi¬lion after the end of the Shanghai World Expo this month. The tourism minister of Malaysia was in Shangai for the Shanghai Expo. Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen confirmed the news to Malaysian Media. The Chinese did show interest in exhibiting and taking control of the pavilion. The trade relations between China and Malaysia have improved recently. China has become the trading superpower and all South East Asian countries including Malaysia want to deepen its co-operation with China. China improves trade relationships through workshops and trade exhibitions like the Shanghai Expo. The trade between the two countries has shot and hence has the need for bilateral exchanges. Hebei, Wuxi and Guangdong are those governments who have made these requests to the Tourism Ministry, according to Datuk Seri Ng Yen Yen. According to her all the pavilions need demolitions and the governments have no objection rather complete assurance and support. The Malaysian government will actually save money on demolition of the pavilions. For both Malaysian Tourism and Shanghai authorities, it is proving to be a win-win situation. These pavilions are good source of income because they attract many visitors in terms of millions. According to her many countries like Australia, New Zealand and Singapore have spent millions of rupees on these pavilions for their maintenance with Australia spending 256 million, New Zealand spending RM 70.7 million. Indonesia and Thailand spend 31 million and 81 million respectively. A record breaking six million people attended the pavilion on Wednesday. The maintenance and operating costs of the pavilion was RM 15 millions which RM 20 million was the cost of building the pavilion.