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New kids play has green message

08-10-2012 11:01 BJT

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Now for a little green education - made fun! A new children’s play opening in Beijing is looking to educate and entertain - "Cool Bunny Loves Green". With a view to promoting environmental protection and a low-carbon life-style among children, the play tries to teach children how to sort out their garbage.

It tells the story of a little bunny called "Tiaotiao" and her family who lead a low-carbon life. Tiaotiao’s father gives her a wonderful new "companion" for her birthday - a robot. Together, Tiaotiao and the robot take part in an environmental protection knowledge competition, during which she learns how to distinguish "wet rubbish" from "dry rubbish" and how to properly dispose of "poisonous rubbish".

The performance imparts some valuable lessons, not only for children, but for adults too! So if you’ve ever wondered what to do with your egg shells, wilted flowers, discarded batteries, and bulbs, check it out!

Cool Bunny Loves Green

Cool Bunny Loves Green

 

Editor:Zhang Hao |Source: CCTV.com

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