Hong Kong is wasting around 3.54 million plastic bottles a day and only a fraction will go for recycling according to statistics.
The shocking numbers trigger Kacey Wong the famous artist, Jun Kung the famous drummer and National Geographic Geographic Channel to go to garbage field to find the usable plastic and wood materials.
Eventually, a drum set looks like an octopus that can generate different beats in a wide range of pitch. It is called the Eco Drumset and is now exhibited till 30 January 2013 in Hong Kong Science Museum. At the same time, Andrew Tang the famous photographer will also showcase the pollution problem of Hong Kong. The two demonstrations aim to boost enjoyment of recycling and arouse the awareness on waste reduction.
Source: Asian Hub
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