Comedy "Somali Pirates" amuses audience in Beijng

08:34, August 31, 2010      

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Photo taken on Aug. 21, 2010 shows the performance of "Somali Pirates" at the Haidian Theater in Beijing, capital city of China. "Somali Pirates," one of the "Happy Dough Twist" comedy series, drew to an end on Aug. 29 after over 100 performances since the end of 2009. The tickets for almost every performance were sold out, making it the most popular play in the series. The play, packaging up a lot of social events, triggered off so many laughs that a large number of the audiences chose to come back and watch it again. (Xinhua/Chen Jianli)


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