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Family Fun: Alice in Wanghongland
By Dec 12, 2018 Activities
Curiouser and curiouser! As Alice chased after the white rabbit, she stumbled into a wanghong exhibition in Hongqiao. Close enough. Alice – Into the Rabbit Hole builds on the original novel’s eccentricity and ramps up its quirkiness, bringing you through Alice’s journey into the wonderland. From the slanted dining table and chair that seems to be frozen in time, and projection simulating a fall into the rabbit hole, to the pool of tears which Alice cried out after drinking a suspicious liquid — all the rooms are named and designed with certain scenes of Alice In Wonderland in mind.

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Into the room of Looking Glass, where Alice crossed the mirror into another fantasy world, is filled with... plenty of mirrors. The Happy Unbirthday section celebrates all the days that you weren't born on, because "every day is a gift and hence it’s called present." Cheeeeeeesy.

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But while there are no shortage of girls dressing up to get their perfect shot, the exhibition is pretty good for families as well. No doubt kids will love finding the Cheshire cat with a torchlight and cycling to see a short motion picture, while the “adults” are snapping away at themselves for social media. As far as wanghong exhibitions go — as shallow as paint — this one is pretty good, and works for the whole family.

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Alice – Into the Rabbit Hole runs until 10 March 2019 from 10am-9pm. Tickets are 128rmb for one, 178rmb for two and 238rmb for a family of three (two adults a child under 1.4m.

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