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2014 / 10 / 24

 

 

Mr. Florentijn Hofman came to visit the Rubber Duck resting on Mochou Lake, Nanjing

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2014 / 10 / 23

 

 

Mr. Florentijn Hofman attended the Grand opening of Rubber Duck Shanghai

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2014 / 07 / 01

 

 

RUBBER DUCK TOUR CHINA The Third Stop: Guiyang

After visiting Xixi Wetland, Hangzhou, and Qingdao International Sailing Center, the Rubber Duck will soon come to its third stop: Future Ark, Guiyang!

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2014 / 06 / 24

 

 

RUBBER DUCK TOUR CHINA Next Stop: Qingdao

With the first stop at Xixi Wetland, Hangzhou, the Rubber Duck has caused a great sensation among China. The Rubber Duck will soon come to its next destination, Qindgao International Sailing Center!

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2014 / 06 / 17

 

 

6/14 Hofman Florentijn Attended the Opening Event in Xixi Wetland

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2014 / 05 / 30

 

 

RUBBER DUCK TOUR CHINA
First Stop: Hangzhou

The RUBBER DUCK TOUR CHINA is starting soon, with the first stop at Hangzhou Xixi Wetland!

Xixi National Wetland Park is the first and only national wetland park in China, located at the west part of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. The park is densely crisscrossed with six main watercourses, among which scatter various ponds, lakes and swamps. Xixi has not only broad open views, but also a variety of water views. Warm and humid, the area enjoys a comfortable climate featuring abundant precipitation and four distinct seasons.

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2014 / 05 / 14

 

 

Florentijn Hofman’s Letter

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2014 / 05 / 14

 

 

The Rubber Duck Tour China

This year, 2014, The Rubber Duck will start its grand tour in China, visiting different cities!

Designed by the Dutch artist, Florentijn Hofman, the Rubber Duck shows wherever it floats a new perspective on the public space in the world. The Rubber Duck has visited many countries, regions, and cities since 2007. It pops up in different countries from France to Belgium, from Brazil to The Netherlands, from Japan to New Zealand, from Australia to China, and from Taiwan to the United States.

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