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Mediterranean exhibit

A one-week exhibition featuring Mediterranean cities and cultures opened at the Pavilion of Future yesterday at the Urban Best Practices Area.

Pep Bou, a Spanish bubble artist for more than 30 years, will present his sudsy art around noon every day. The performance is free. The bubble show is the highlight of the exhibition.

Bou makes the bubbles dance and even uses special lighting effects. He can use the soapy water to create fish, stones and trees with simple tools such as tennis rackets and a table.

Visitors are also expected to watch singing and dancing performances and soccer demonstrations, or enjoy certain food during the exhibition. Photos of Mediterranean cities such as Barcelona, Athens, Naples and Venice are also on display.

Senen Florensa, director of the European Institute of the Mediterranean, said the exhibition is mainly designed to build closer relations between Chinese and Westerners.


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