Shanghai goes to war, with pillows, lots and lots of pillows

Well this is a great way to relieve stress in China! Now in its seventh year, the Super Pillow Fight Party at Mao Livehouse finally took place this year with hundreds of people joining in with their big, oversized fluffy pillows. The event goes for about 10 minutes and cost participates around $20. The founder of the pillow fight party is Steven Tao, who says it’s a way for young people to to release pressure: ‘Many young people in [the] city have a fast pace of life and have a lot of pressure. We offer this relaxed environment for them to release pressure, adjust their moods and relax their minds’.

Via Shanghaiist

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