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Traditional activities held to mark "Er Yue Er" in E China

Xinhua)  11:17, March 14, 2013  

Folk artists perform during a temple fair in celebration of "Er Yue Er" in Bozhou City, east China's Anhui Province, March 13, 2013, on the occasion of the second day of the second lunar month, known in Chinese as Er Yue Er, "a time for the dragon to raise its head", as a Chinese saying goes. Various kinds of traditional activities were held all over the country to celebrate the festival to pray for a good harvest in the coming year. (Xinhua/Liu Qinli)

Key Words:Spring Dragon Festival; longtaitou;Chinese custom
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(Editor:GaoYinan、Wang Jinxue)


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