Art with a story to tell

This fascinating and thought-provoking artwork is in the middle of the Thames, opposite Tate Modern.

It's a stunning creation with an interesting story to tell about war about survival.

Kang Ik-joong's Floating Dreams is a symbol of hope for the unification of Korea. 500 drawings are all by refugees from North Korea who fled south during the Korean war. The boy on the top symbolises refugees - many of who were just small children. We can't always be there for every refugee, but maybe we should do more to help those around the world who are forced to flee their homes.

And be grateful for our own homes and communities.