The Pavilion of Aroma of Flowers (a.k.a. "the Pavilion of Indigenous Aroma of Flowers") was a venue of the 2010 Taipei International Flora Expo; it was taken over by Taipei City's Indigenous Peoples Commission after the expo ended. Currently located in the Fine Arts Park Area of TAIPEI EXPO PARK， the pavilion is committed to demonstrating both the cultural beauty and industrial prowess of indigenous Taiwanese under the motto of "resource sharing， diversity， creativity". Walled by handmade bamboo screens， this semi-open， umbrella-inspired pavilion resembles six morning glory flowers in full bloom， with exhibit sections dedicated to indigenous-styled everyday items and accessories， home furnishings， clothing， certified products & designer goods， farm produce/specialties & souvenirs， music & publications， and handicrafts & artworks. Each section is impressive with an authentically indigenous collection.