People wash their mothers' feet to mark Mother's Day in Taiwan

16:20, May 09, 2011      

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A 2-year-old girl washes feet for her 92-year-old great-great-grandma during an event marking the mothers' day in Pingtung of southeast China's Taiwan, May 7, 2011. Some 4,000 mothers gathered here with their children celebrating the mothers' day. A new Guinness World Record was thus created with children wash the feet for 3,724 mothers simultaneously. (Xinhua/Gong Bing)

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