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Film props of 'Life of Pi' to be displayed in Taichung

TAIPEI--The Taichung City Government said yesterday it is planning an exhibition in October to display props from the movie “Life of Pi,” which was directed by Taiwanese Ang Lee and filmed in Taichung.

The exhibition, to be held at the National Museum of Natural Science in Taichung, will feature movie props, interactive installations and 3D images, the city government said.

It will also include an educational component on how to survive at sea.

However, the world's biggest wave machine that was made for the film will not be among exhibits, the city government said.

A precise date has not yet been set for the exhibition.

“Life of Pi” is an adaptation of a novel by the same title, written by Canadian author Yann Martel.

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