A young designer holds her
hand-made bunny, made from used socks during a creative fair opened
in Shanghai on June 23.
A creative fair opened in Shanghai last Saturday, gathering
young designers from Shanghai and across the country.
Designers laid their stalls on Shanghai's Chuangzhi Tiandi
Plaza, selling their self-created products. This time, most of the
products focussed on environmental protection, the Shanghai
Evening Post reported on Monday.
Pencils made from wasted newspapers and candlesticks made from
empty coke cans: these are the ideas the young designers are
selling and are trying to relate to other people.
A designer told the reporter that they made some old materials
into new things, thus showing their endless creativity. He also
said that of utmost importance is the fact that the products were
Designers gathered at a
creative fair in Shanghai to display their self-made
(CRI.cn June 26, 2007)