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Dance drama "Tian Chan Di Nuo" showed in Beijing

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09:56, June 15, 2012

Dancers perform dance drama "Tian Chan Di Nuo" at Tianqiao Theatre in Beijing, capital of China, June 13, 2012. The dance drama told a love story through Nuo drama and music. Fourty-one plays and operas would be showed during the 4th Minorities Art Festival of China.(Xinhua/Li Jing)
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