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UPDATED: 13:02, January 30, 2006
Foreigners enjoy Chinese culture during the festival
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US teacher Mike learns to make Chinese dumplings at a local citizen's home in Qinhuangdao, a coastal city in north China's Hebei Province Jan. 28, 2006, the Spring Festival Eve. More and more foreigners visit China during the Spring Festival vacation to enjoy Chinese native culture.

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US teacher Mike watches the hostess to paste scissors-cut on the window in Qinhuangdao, a coastal city in north China's Hebei Province Jan. 28, 2006, the Spring Festival Eve. More and more foreigners visit China during the Spring Festival vacation to enjoy Chinese native culture.

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US teacher Mike pastes scissors-cut on the window of a local citizen's family in Qinhuangdao, a coastal city in north China's Hebei Province Jan. 28, 2006, the Spring Festival Eve. More and more foreigners visit China during the Spring Festival vacation to enjoy Chinese native culture.

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A foreign visitor shows up a Chinese character Fu, meaning Good Luck, at a local citizen's home in Beijing Jan. 28, 2006, the Spring Festival Eve. More and more foreigners visit China during the Spring Festival vacation to enjoy Chinese native culture.

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Several foreigners learn to make Chinese dumplings at a local citizen's home in Beijing Jan. 28, 2006, the Spring Festival Eve. It is Chinese very tradition to eat dumplings at the mid-night of the Spring Festival Eve. More and more foreigners visit China during the Spring Festival vacation to enjoy Chinese native culture.

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