Artists from across Asia have created a beautiful exhibit of ice sculptures, now open to the public on the outskirts of the German capital. Twenty-six ice sculptors from Malaysia, Japan, Thailand, China, the Philippines, Mongolia and Russia have contributed to the 5th Ice World in Elstal, near Berlin. Artists used 300 tonnes of ice to create more than 100 sculptures including moose, pandas and tuk-tuks. One of the highlights is the "Long" - a ten-meter-long lucky dragon that was transported from China to Berlin. Ice World was put together in just two weeks and is open to the public until November 2020.