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CHINESE CELEBRITIES DO THEIR PART FOR EARTH HOUR
Chinese stars from Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong are coming out in full force to support for Earth Hour. They join the growing list of celebrities and musicians participating in Earth Hour 2013, who are already showing the world how the Earth Hour message truly transcends language and borders.
Taiwan-based Singapore singing sensation JJ Lin (林俊杰) and Taiwanese actress Sonia Sui (隋棠) show their support for Earth Hour, making a call for fans to show their love for the planet by turning off the lights on March 23.
While, G.E.M (鄧紫棋), a singer/songwriter and actress from Hong Kong, stars in the most adorable short film featuring the tagline “Lights Off, Life On”, where she goes on a date with the WWF Panda, and snuggles with it in the dark.
WWF Hong Kong’s Earth Hour digital platform also went live last week, and they’re promoting it with the help of celebrities like Eason Chan (陳奕迅) and Kay Tse dressed as WWF Pandas, that ambush unsuspecting people to sign up at the wwf.org.hk/earthhour to show their support for Earth Hour 2013.">">
Additionally, WWF-China is encouraging people to take part in Green Week for Earth Hour 2013 and they are challenging people across China to adopt one of seven environmentally friendly actions as an ongoing practice all year round.
The initiative is supported by actress Li Bingbing who will eat more vegetables on Mondays; singer Eason Chan will use an environmental bag on Tuesdays; singing duo Yu Quan (羽泉) won’t drive on Wednesdays; gymnast Chen Yibing (陈一冰) will bring his own chopsticks/utensils on Thursdays; pianist Li Yundi (李云迪) will clean his plate on Fridays; singer Li Yunchun (李宇春) will let everyone know of her love for animals on Saturdays; and Taiwanese singer Harlem Yu (庾澄庆) will go outdoors and not be a couch potato on Sundays.
We’re super excited to have these celebrities on board! Watching the world come together, united by a single cause, continues to be an incredible experience for us leading up to Earth Hour itself.
No matter where you are we would love to hear what you’ll be getting up during lights out on March 23. Tweet us with your plans @EarthHour.