As the landmark architecture of Qingdao, the Square was named to honor the May 4th Movement arising from the sovereignty problem of Qingdao. It is situated at south of Office Building of Qingdao Municipal Government and was built in 1996 with a floor area of 100,000 m2. This square is divided into the north zone and the south zone by Donghai Road: the north zone mainly includes the grass carpet among the Greenery Avenue and contains fountains in the center; the south zone is composed of an open stage, dot matrix fountains and a Sea-viewing and Moon-greeting Platform. Adopting a spiral upwards structural steel combination, the principal sculpture “Wind of May” is located on this Platform. This square is also decorated with the highest sea fountain currently available in China, which is 160 m away from the coast.