2,010-meter art scroll for Guangzhou Asian Games

08:13, September 08, 2010      

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Li Chanyao, a migrant worker from Qingxin county in South China's Guangdong province, exhibits his Chinese painting of plum blossom at a park in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, Sept 6, 2010. Li was fond of painting when he was young. He came to Wuhan to watch and paint the plum blossom every winter for the past six years working on his art piece. Li plans to donate the 2,010-meter long scroll to the Guangzhou Asian Games Organizing Committee. [Photo/Xinhua]



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