VISITORS to the megalopolis pavilion will be given a glimpse of some of the projects under construction or in the planning stage across the border. Several municipal governments of cities in the Pearl River Delta will take part in the expo, while private firms, from both Hong Kong and China that have extensive business interests in southern China, will detail their plans. Guangdong Enterprises Holdings will display plans to build an express transport framework in the province by the end of the century. This will put Guangzhou at its hub and will spread to the Pearl River Delta, linking the east and west as well as the mountainous northern region. The idea is to make all villages and towns in the province accessible to classified highways, and to extend the highways open to traffic from about 55,900 kilometres to 76,500 km. Guangdong Enterprises Holdings also has plans to improve the province's railways and ports. The display also discusses plans to turn Guangdong into the most prosperous and developed tourist province in south China by the 21st century, with world-class resorts, transportation and communication. The Urban and Rural Construction Commission of the Guangzhou Municipality will outline development plans for Guangzhou city and Zhu Jian New Town. It will also provide information on the planned new airport for southeastern Guangzhou, and an underground light transit railway system. The Panyu Nansha Development and Construction Company will talk about the plans of Hong Kong and Macau tycoon Henry Fok Ying-tung, who intends to develop Nansha, which is in the district of Panyu north of Guangzhou, into a new harbour city. In case visitors have any concerns about a possible increase in corruption in the future the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) will have a booth at the megalopolis pavilion. Visitors will be given a glimpse of life on the inside, with the simulated ICAC identification parade room. This will show how the corruption watchdog uses a one-way mirror system that allows a witness to view a parade without being identified, and is intended to deliver the message that the ICAC will continue to fight corruption in 2001.