CHINA Parents and children race across the Beijing Garden Expo Park creating memories and soaking in summer fun

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Parents and children race across the Beijing Garden Expo Park creating memories and soaking in summer fun

Global Times

08:29, June 29, 2018

Bubble Run, an event known as "the happiest parent-child activity," took place in Beijing at the Beijing Garden Expo Park in Fengtai district on June 23 and 24, with more than 10,000 families participating. 

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A child enjoys the bubbles during the Bubble Run activity. (Photos: Li Hao/Global Times)

There were five stations along the course, which were filled with white, blue, yellow, green and pink bubbles. Every time the parents and children passed a station, the bubble-making machines sprayed different colored bubbles on them. The bubbles, which looked like colorful snowflakes, floated through the air while festive music played, and the laughs of the children completed the fun and exciting scene.  

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Both parents and children enjoy themselves at the event.

The bubbles were created by 20 bubble-making machines. The materials used to make the bubbles were specially produced for children, as they were not only edible but also hypoallergenic to keep the children's skin safe. 

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Both parents and children enjoy themselves at the event. 

At the beginning of the activity, the organizers selected those who would lead the participants from the parents and children. There were also Chinese drums, street dancing and a watermelon-eating competition at the event. Beijing will see another bubble run in August at the Olympic Forest Park in Chaoyang district, and registration will start at the end of this month.

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Both parents and children enjoy themselves at the event. 

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Both parents and children enjoy themselves at the event. 

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Both parents and children enjoy themselves at the event. 

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