Lina (3) and Leann (5) Park. Students at YCIS Beijing
WHAT IS IT…
An animal cum wildlife conservation exhibit made up of 2 million Lego bricks over a sprawling 5,000sqm space at the Bird’s Nest.
What is the attraction about?
Leann: It’s about the animals dying because people kill them too much. (But the animals here) are made of Lego, and I love Lego!
Lina: It’s about animals made of Lego!
Was it big and crowded when you visited?
Leann: There were some people. When we first went there (at the first exhibit), there weren’t many people but as we walked in there were more people.
Lina: Yea, super many people!
How long did you spend there?
Leann: A long time of course! I wish we could spend even more time there!
Lina: A short time only.
Were there many activities for you to do?
Leann: Yes, of course! We played with a lot of Lego pieces, and there were many things to do like feeding the tiger, riding the rabbit, the rabbits are so cute! But I hit my lip on one of the tubes there. And then there was a forest, and there were many places to take pictures, there were also fish and shark in the ocean...
Lina: I fed the baby tigers!
What do you think were the best exhibits?
Lina: My favorite were the killer whales and using a Lego trebuchet to catapult lego pieces to feed it.
Leann: The Lego pools! And there were so many activities to do!
What was something new you learned that day?
Leann: I learned about animals that people are killing and becoming endangered animals.
Lina: That the ocean is so cool!
What did you least like about the attraction?
Leann: Feeding the tiger cubs (with plastic tubes) because I might hurt my lip again.
Would you want to go again?