To mark the World Earth Day on April 22, Chinese artist Kong Ning arrived at Monaco on Sunday wearing the special-made "Little Blue Man" suit to advocate environmental protection.
The "Little Blue Man" art installation is an expression of Kong Ning's green value, which is that life is just like a drop of water, gently coming and going, without adding any weight to the earth.
Kong wore 60 "little blue men" for the debut walk in Monaco, and the suit she wore were all made of degradable corn materials. She also wrote a letter to Albert II, the King of Monaco, introducing her advocacy of green earth. By conducting the performance art, Kong Ning wants to convey her idea that protecting the earth is the most important thing in the present world and she also wishes world peace and everyone live on a green earth.
Kong Ning is making her voice heard in the world with the performance art of walking. Monaco is the first stop in her "Little Blue Man" global walking program this year, and she will travel to other countries to conduct the art.