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Flour-made dragon created to welcome Year of Dragon

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12:14, December 29, 2011

Folk artist Xie Yunxian (5th R) introduces the giant flour-made dragons to children in Wangrong County, north China's Shanxi Province, Dec. 27, 2011. Xie spent 3 days making two 3-meter-long dragons with 125 kilograms flours to welcome the coming Chinese traditional lunar new year, the Year of Dragon. (Xinhua/Xue Jun)
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