800 students participate in flash mob dance
Al Ain, February 2, 2012
A group of 800 students from AJ Group of Schools and some members of the public took over the entrance area of the Bawadi Mall in Al Ain, and performed a three-minute flash mob dance.
The show, which began with the students performing in a random fashion, turned into a unique artistic spectacle with more dancers joining in and enlarging the circle, said a statement.
Khalid Shraim, senior marketing manager, Bawadi Mall, said: “Flash Mob is a global phenomenon in which a group of people assemble randomly in a public place and perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief period. The student show at Bawadi Mall constituted a unique artistic expression.”
The funding of the 'three-minute freeze' went to the Hope Centre for Special Needs located in Oud Al Touba in Al Ain City.
The mall has eight movie theatres, including grand class hall, a bowling alley, a food-court and several casual dining alternatives offering delicious varieties of cuisines. It hosts more than 380 retail outlets, including international names. – TradeArabia News Service
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