Brain Project art exhibition held in Toronto, Canada

2021-07-22 00:07:30 GMT2021-07-22 08:07:30(Beijing Time) Xinhua English

A man looks at brain sculptures at the Brain Project art exhibition in Nathan Phillips Square Pond in Toronto, Canada, on July 21, 2021. With 50 brain sculptures by local and international artists, the Brain Project art exhibition is displayed at some of Toronto's most-visited locations to raise awareness about brain health and funding for research for Alzheimer's and related dementia. (Photo by Zou Zheng/Xinhua)

Brain sculptures are seen at the Brain Project art exhibition in Nathan Phillips Square Pond in Toronto, Canada, on July 21, 2021. With 50 brain sculptures by local and international artists, the Brain Project art exhibition is displayed at some of Toronto's most-visited locations to raise awareness about brain health and funding for research for Alzheimer's and related dementia. (Photo by Zou Zheng/Xinhua)

People look at brain sculptures at the Brain Project art exhibition in Nathan Phillips Square Pond in Toronto, Canada, on July 21, 2021. With 50 brain sculptures by local and international artists, the Brain Project art exhibition is displayed at some of Toronto's most-visited locations to raise awareness about brain health and funding for research for Alzheimer's and related dementia. (Photo by Zou Zheng/Xinhua)

A brain sculpture is seen at the Brain Project art exhibition in Nathan Phillips Square Pond in Toronto, Canada, on July 21, 2021. With 50 brain sculptures by local and international artists, the Brain Project art exhibition is displayed at some of Toronto's most-visited locations to raise awareness about brain health and funding for research for Alzheimer's and related dementia. (Photo by Zou Zheng/Xinhua)

People look at brain sculptures at the Brain Project art exhibition in Nathan Phillips Square Pond in Toronto, Canada, on July 21, 2021. With 50 brain sculptures by local and international artists, the Brain Project art exhibition is displayed at some of Toronto's most-visited locations to raise awareness about brain health and funding for research for Alzheimer's and related dementia. (Photo by Zou Zheng/Xinhua)

A man looks at brain sculptures at the Brain Project art exhibition in Nathan Phillips Square Pond in Toronto, Canada, on July 21, 2021. With 50 brain sculptures by local and international artists, the Brain Project art exhibition is displayed at some of Toronto's most-visited locations to raise awareness about brain health and funding for research for Alzheimer's and related dementia. (Photo by Zou Zheng/Xinhua)

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