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New Body Worlds exhibition opens at Singapore Science Centre (2009)
By Claire Huang, Channel NewsAsia
SINGAPORE: The controversial anatomical exhibition known as "Body Worlds: The Original and The Cycle of Life" is in town, and this is the first time the exhibition will be shown in Asia under this theme.
The exhibition uses plastinated corpses for its displays, and the human bodies seem to come 'alive' as they engage in activities such as playing basketball and painting – a realism that organisers of the exhibition hope to achieve.
Dr Angelina Whalley, director of the Institute for Plastination, said: "Most of our visitors have never been confronted with a corpse so we want to appeal (to) them. We want to catch their interest and that's absolutely mandatory to have specimens put in a very aesthetical and beautiful-looking way."
Body Worlds is the brainchild of Dr Gunther von Hagens, creator of plastination - a process to preserve human bodies for medical studies.
While the exhibition has attracted some 28 million visitors in 50 cities, some religious groups have questioned the need to use real human bodies. However, organisers say it is purely for scientific study.
Dr Chew Tuan Chiong, chief executive of Science Centre Singapore, said: "I think the exhibition is really going to be a journey of discovery for many people, whatever their initial beliefs and perceptions are.
"So we think besides being very educational about human body and anatomy, it's also going to allow people to understand fully what they're concerned about, worry about death, worry about diseases, or even worry about things like superstitions and culture and so on."
Compared to the first such exhibition here six years ago, organisers say the 200 new displays this time round are more varied and developed.
All exhibits come from the Institute for Plastination's body donation programme, which comprises a donor roster of more than 10,500 living and dead donors worldwide. Organisers say donors have to give their consent before their bodies are used.
Singapore is the second site for this exhibition after its world premiere in London.
The exhibition opens until March 6 next year, and organisers hope to attract some 200,000 visitors. Ticket prices range from S$12 to S$21.
The previous Body Worlds exhibition in Singapore attracted some 160,000 visitors.
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Speaking yesterday Prof Von Hagens, who earned the tabloid soubriquet Dr Frankenstein after performing a live televised autopsy on a German alcoholic in 2002, said: "I have told my Chinese employees that they can't accept bodies that were executed."
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