Chennai Youngsters Bracing for a World Record

Youngsters from Chennai are set to create a new Guinness record for the largest human peace symbol formation and a one million signature campaign.

Published: 02nd July 2015 03:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd July 2015 03:24 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI:  Youngsters from Chennai are set to create a new Guinness record for the largest human peace symbol formation and a one million signature campaign. They will also go on a road trip from Chennai to China, carrying the message of peace between India and China. The campaign called ‘Chennai 2 China’ will host a signature peace carnival on July 5 at the MCC School, Chetpet.

The event has been organised by D Cube – Dawn to Dusk Drivers, which has a fondness for adventure and a hope for peace. The carnival will comprise cultural activities like dance, music, mime and short films. Alongside food and games, the signature campaign will be carried out. The campaign will form the books of peace. The 20,000-page book will be taken to schools and colleges for signatures. After the carnival, the next day, four vehicles will leave Chennai to travel to China, covering 9,000 kilometers. Peace meets have been planned at towns and cities en route.Donor passes are available at all outlets of Marrybrown and Fruit Shop on Greams Road. Book online at bookmyshow.com and eventjini.com. Email: dcube.c2c@gmail.com 

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