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UPDATED: 10:08, February 28, 2006
Foreigners charmed by China's intangible cultural heritages
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Foreign visitors watch Chinese Nianhua (new year prints) at the exhibition of achievements in protecting Chinese intangible cultural heritage held at the National Museum of China in Beijing, Feb 26, 2006. The exhibition has attracted many visitors, including expats who are interested in Chinese culture.

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A foreign kid learns to make Chinese Nianhua (new year prints) at the exhibition of achievements in protecting Chinese intangible cultural heritage held at the National Museum of China in Beijing, Feb 26, 2006. The exhibition has attracted many visitors, including expats who are interested in Chinese culture.

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