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Miao ethnic group people celebrate mid-July festival in Taijiang, China's Guizhou


14:32, August 14, 2011

Girls of the Miao ethnic group in their ethnic costumes attend a traditional festival in Tunshang Village, Taijiang County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Aug. 13, 2011. The folk Miao grand gathering, the mid-July (lunar calendar) festival, opened Saturday in Tunshang Village. Dozens of thousands of Miao people from more than 60 villages joined in a series of activities to celebrate the festival, which will last three days. (Xinhua/Chen Peiliang)

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