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Shanghai Midi Festival kicks off

2011-05-07 04:48:53 GMT2011-05-07 12:48:53(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Music fans attend the first day activities at Shanghai Midi Festival in Shanghai, east China, May 6, 2011. Shanghai Midi Festival opened at Pudong Century Park on Friday. Public awareness activities on the theme of "moon bear beware" were held at the 3-day festival. (Xinhua/Ren Long)

Music fans attend the first day activities at Shanghai Midi Festival in Shanghai, east China, May 6, 2011. Shanghai Midi Festival opened at Pudong Century Park on Friday. Public awareness activities on the theme of "moon bear beware" were held at the 3-day festival. (Xinhua/Ren Long)

Music fans attend the first day activities at Shanghai Midi Festival in Shanghai, east China, May 6, 2011. Shanghai Midi Festival opened at Pudong Century Park on Friday. Public awareness activities on the theme of "moon bear beware" were held at the 3-day festival. (Xinhua/Ren Long)

Zhu Baixi, the leading singer of the Shanghai native rock band "sonnet" performs at Shanghai Midi Festival in Shanghai, east China, May 6, 2011. Shanghai Midi Festival opened at Pudong Century Park on Friday. Public awareness activities on the theme of "moon bear beware" were held at the 3-day festival. (Xinhua/Ren Long)

A volunteer sells the moon bear figurines and badges for charity at Shanghai Midi Festival in Shanghai, east China, May 6, 2011. Shanghai Midi Festival opened at Pudong Century Park on Friday. Public awareness activities on the theme of "moon bear beware" were held at the 3-day festival. (Xinhua/Ren Long)

A music fan shows the gesture of protecting moon bears at Shanghai Midi Festival in Shanghai, east China, May 6, 2011. Shanghai Midi Festival opened at Pudong Century Park on Friday. Public awareness activities on the theme of "moon bear beware" were held at the 3-day festival. (Xinhua/Ren Long)

Shanghai Midi Festival opened at Pudong Century Park on Friday. Public awareness activities on the theme of "moon bear beware" were held at the 3-day festival.

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