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Chinese sculptor works on Martin Luther King statue


08:09, March 19, 2012

Chinese sculptor Lei Yixin shows his modified samples for the sculpture of Martin Luther King, U.S. civil rights icon, in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, March 16, 2012. Lei, the 59-year-old director of the Hunan Sculpture Institute, was chosen to sculpt a stone statue of Martin Luther King in 2006. The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C., where Lei's work of the statue of King was located, had opened to the public in 2011. (Xinhua/Long Hongtao)

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Constance at 2012-04-04124.14.202.*
oh,it is perfect.

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