Avatar's Na'vi appear at Zhangjiajie tourism site

16:30, May 18, 2010      

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Since "Na'vi," characters in the American science fiction movie Avatar, appeared in Zhangjia in the beginning of this month, they have become idols for scores of screaming tourists.

These "Na'vi" are represented by the local people in Wulingyuan. They know that the scenery of Pandora in the movie is mostly shot in Zhangjiajie, and so they decided to dress up. They enter the site during their spare time and share the happiness with the tourists. All of their clothes, stage property and make up are paid for from their own pockets.

In order to encourage their inspiration, the managers of the site allow them to enter the site and travel for free. There have already been more than 1,000 tourists who have taken photos with them.

By People's Daily Online/rednet.com

(Editor:王千原雪)

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