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Crying Ocean� One month ago, I performed Sea in Jeju Island, South Korea. It’s the first time my children watched my entire live performance. My 3years old little Zen sat on the floor echoed the single words I said with…

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Crying Ocean�
One month ago, I performed Sea in Jeju Island, South Korea. It’s the first time my children watched my entire live performance. My 3years old little Zen sat on the floor echoed the single words I said with his soft and sweet voice: sea,ocean,water,
mother,ecosystem,pollution, emission, extinction,air,earth,death.
My 5years old boy fellowed me into the backstage after the action. He said:” mummy, you performance was so great but it’s so sad!” He bursted into tears and cried uncontrollably … The word “Sea” in Chinese, Korean and Japaniess culture is constructed in three parts: water, human and mother. It’s a word about bodies, life and movement. body of human, body of nature. A record of individual and social histories.

I am shamed of flying to Australia and Korea to performing my Sea! I am aware of my #carbon footprint is getting bigger and darker! As mother of two young boys I have limited time and money. What’s our future transportation? How can we continue living and working with less damaging to our planet?
The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change @ipcc PRESS RELEASE is out today, I have attached full in my bio. “Global warming has already reached 1°C above the pre-industrial level, due to past and current greenhouse gas emissions. There is overwhelming evidence that this is resulting in profound consequences for ecosystems and people. The ocean is warmer, more acidic and less productive. Melting glaciers and ice sheets are causing sea level rise, and coastal extreme events are becoming more severe. This paper provides new evidence for the benefits of limiting global warming to the lowest possible level – in line with the goal that governments set themselves in the 2015 Paris Agreement. Urgently reducing greenhouse gas emissions limits the scale of ocean and cryosphere changes. Ecosystems and the livelihoods that depend on them can be preserved.” Photo by @jamiebakerphotography

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