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The Wild Wonders Indoor Exhibition
Beijing, China
10 July to 19 July 2011

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After 135 missions by 69 of Europe ’s Top Nature Photographers to 48 European countries and more than 1,100 days in the field, you can now enjoy the crown jewels of Europe's shared natural heritage in a wonderful indoor exhibition!
From May 2010 and beyond the Wild Wonders of Europe Indoor Exhibition will be on tour throughout Europe, China and North America. See the exhibition tour dates here.

 


 

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July10

Beijing, China
10 July – 19 July 2011


Location: Seasons Place
Address: 2 Jinchengfang St., Xicheng, Beijing, China 100032
Opening Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m daily
Free entrance




"Wild Wonders of Europe" comes to the economic heart of China with the elegant 48 image indoor Exhibition opening in Beijing’s Seasons Place right in the centre of the financial district.

The official inauguration ceremony is on 11 July at 1.30pm, with Wild Wonders of Europe Director and award-winning photographer Florian Möllers as the official guest of honour. Bill Fu (GM of The Bund); John Mackinnon (Biodiversity expert, Director of China-EU Biodiversity Program); Liao Xiaoyi (a famous environmentalist in China); Fan Bingbing (top-tie movie star) and Wang Xueqi (Movie star with a wonderful reputation) will join the impressive lineup for the opening. A VIP reception will follow hosted by the EU.

Entrance is free and guests are welcome to join us for the official launch.

Exhibition Partner
 
Grandview Mall
 
Wildchina
 
Bijing
Chengdu
Timessquare
 
Supported by   Printed by
EU
 
Epsite
 
Organizer
Printing Partner
 
WonderLens
The Bund
Epson China

 


 

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*We will give out a Wild Wonders of Europe book each month, drawn at random from those who have commented on the exhibition.