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"Switch on Beijing" Culture and Arts Festival kicked off

By Du Yipeng (Guangming Online)

09:06, August 15, 2012

The third "Switch on Beijing" Culture and Arts Festival will be held between August 10 and 19 in Beijing. The organizers pointed out at today's news conference that the festival would inherit the topic "Green, Growth, Originality", and highlight activities in six sections, including "International Lighting Festival", "Galaxy Music Festival", and "Comprehensive Exhibition of the cultural and creative industry". The most distinctive feature of this festival is its lighting works, created by 40 famous lighting designers from home and abroad. The use of LED products with unique advantages in outdoor shows, combined with interactive technology, will immerse the audience in the pleasure created by lighting.

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