Qingdao May Forth Square lies
south to the new municipal hall, surrounded by Hong Kong Middle Road,
and Huanhai Road.
It consists of Central
and SeaPark, three parts, with a total
construction area of 10 hectares approximately.
The central axis of the
municipal hall is extended southward roughly 720m to form the central axis of the
square, and composes the central main axis of the whole municipal
square. A precise cross frame is generated by east, west and central
axes. South and north main axis, 330m
in length and 90m in
width, as well as east and west auxiliary axis, 290m in length and 70m in width, forms Center Square and Lawn Square in
cross. The plantation design expresses "tranquility and elegance"
together with "richness and ease".
Park is centered
on Statue Square with a diameter of 115m, stretching 220m in south and north direction, and 420m in east and west direction, to
constitute the coastal leisure lawn. Its subject statue, Wind of May,
has been regarded as the symbolic statue of
May Forth Square delicately integrates lawn,
drama, open music square, springs and large symbolic statue to
demonstrate the humanity essence in design to the fullest extent. Its
establishment has become the new scenic spot and the most outstanding
municipal artwork in Qingdao, and rendered
profound impact both internally and internationally.