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Hangzhou runner carries low-carbon message

2010-11-18 03:53:27 GMT2010-11-18 11:53:27 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Chen Jun, a long-distance runner who shaved his head, wearing a green leafy hat and skirt, runs on the Bai Causeway (Bai Di) of West Lake in Hangzhou, East China, on Nov 16. Carrying a flag with a "low carbon” message, he said he planned to run around the lake for 15 days until the end of this month, calling on more people in Hangzhou to adopt low-carbon living. [Photo/CFP]

Wearing a green leafy dress and carrying the low carbon message flag, Chen says he plans to run around West Lake for 15 days to call on more people to adopt low carbon living, Nov 16, 2010. [Photo/CFP]

Chen Jun, wearing a green leafy dress, is running on the White Causeway of West Lake in Hangzhou, East China, on Nov 16. He said he planned to run around the lake for 15 days, calling on more people in Hangzhou to adopt low-carbon living. [Photo/CFP]

Wearing a green leafy dress and carrying a 'low carbon' message flag, a young man the the surname of Chen plans to run around Hangzhou's West Lake for 15 days to call on more people to adopt low carbon living, Nov 16, 2010.

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