Despite his busy schedule, Huang gave Voice K an image of a low-carbon concert.
“This concert is very special, because we don’t use electricity. Instead, we incorporated alternate energy sources such as solar energy, batteries, and back-up energy.”
At 8:30 the concert begins, and all energy consuming devices will be unplugged. This is an opportunity to gather as a community towards a common goal: to protect the earth.
“I want to promote the idea that normal people can become the protectors of the earth. We can achieve great things when united,” says Huang. “With these motives, I hope for a green earth which our current advancements of our generation won’t harm the next. Earth Hour - it’s a great time to create awareness and to develop energy saving habits.”
It was special indeed. When the concert kicked off, the audience held up their tiny LED lights and swayed to the music. “You see these lights? They look like regular ones, but they’re all LED lights! There’s enough energy stored inside to keep them shining from ten days to a month. I think this is the path we should take to make eco-friendly energy the new big thing,”Huang said, as he pointed at our hand-held lights.