Very fluffy. Much pillow. Hundreds of people showed up to Mao Livehouse on Tuesday and Wednesday to take part in the city’s annual massive pillow war.
Now in its 7th year, the soft combat event is meant to help young people release built-up stress, according to Steven Tao, the founder behind it.
“Many young people in 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,” he said in a Digtriad report.
“It’s a great feeling when I am hit by others. It’s a pillow fight. It’s impossible that you are always hitting others. Sure you will feel great when you are hitting others but you will feel enthusiastic and energetic when hit by others. It will inspire your ambition and you will want to hit it back,” one university student said in the report.
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