7th September 2018
Through the newly created exhibition, BRICKLIVE ANIMAL PARADISE, details of which were announced by LVCG on 19 July 2018, which will visit 20 cities around China over the next 3 years, the Foundation, LVCG and BLCET will be working together to educate children in China about the need to protect and preserve the environment, endangered species and biodiversity.
Centre piece of an education programme
Today H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco attended the opening of BRICKLIVE ANIMAL PARADISE at the Beijing National Stadium, commonly known as The Bird’s Nest.
Visitors to BRICKLIVE ANIMAL PARADISE will experience life-sized statues depicting the world’s most loved and endangered animals, all located in their natural habitats, across four distinct zones. A one hundred page book will be available to support the exhibition and to educate visitors on each animal, explaining their habitat and what we can do to aid their survival. Also translated into Mandarin, the book will be the centre piece of an educational programme and will be the next level in interactive brick-filled fun.
David Ciclitira: Chairman of Live Company Group Plc, said: “We at LVCG are delighted to be able to support the Foundation both financially and more importantly through the BRICKLIVE ANIMAL PARADISE exhibition and its associated education initiatives. We hope to reach over a million visitors in China whom I am sure will be gaining their first understanding of the real danger these animals are in and the many ways in which we can make a difference through their lifetimes. At this point I would like to point out that none of this would have been possible without the support of the Foundation and our local partner, SEEC Media.”
H.E. Bernard Fautrier: Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation said: “The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is delighted to cooperate with LVCG and BLCET and the BRICKLIVE ANIMAL PARADISE exhibition to raise public awareness in China about the threatened disappearance of a large number of species.”
Sarah Chong: Chief Executive Officer of Bricklive Centre Education Technology (Beijing) Co., said: “Bricklive Centre Education Technology (Beijing) Co., is thrilled to cooperate with the Foundation in striving towards raising awareness for endangered animals across the world. We reach millions of children across China and give them the opportunity to obtain an understanding of the importance of these endangered animals and why they must be protected. We are delighted to have the The Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (“CPAFFC”) as a sponsor for our Animal Paradise event and to have their assistance in reaching millions of children across China.”
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