2011 Houston Int'l Festival emphasis on Culture of Silk Road

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Tea expert Zhou Xiaofen (L) from southwest China's Sichuan Province shows her skills during the 2011 Houston International Festival in Houston, the United States, April 30, 2011. The 2011 Houston International Festival opened here Friday, with an emphasis on the ancient Silk Road trade route that links China, India, Turkey and other cultures. (Xinhua/Song Qiong)


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