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Ms. Heather Henson's Workshop About Black-Necked Crane Successfully Held in Jinsha



In the morning of August 4th and 5th, the “Lecture of the Rare Crane, the State First Class Protected Species – Black-Necked Crane” hosted by Jinsha Site Museum in Chengdu was held in Jinsha rostrum.

UNIMA Asia-Pacific Commission and UNIMA China jointly invited Ms. Heather Henson to be the principle speaker. She is the inheritor of Jim Henson, the founder of Sesame Street, the founder of IBEX Puppet Theater, and member of International Crane Foundation. Ms. Henson connected environmental protection with performance and design of puppetry to create the interaction mode of teaching through lively activities, aiming at getting children familiar with the living habit and environment of black-necked crane, realize the importance of the coexistence of human beings and wild animals in the nature, and guiding them to establish the awareness of protecting eco-environment and various animal species.

The following is the report and images of this event:

Chengdu Daily Current Events & Culture: Sesame Street Inheritor Publicizing Environmental Protection by Shows

Puppet shows, hand games, telling knowledge about black-necked crane... Yesterday morning, a special American guest visited the Jinsha Site Museum—Ms. Heather Henson. She went to the youth education area, giving a vivid environmental protection course for children.

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