PHOTOS People celebrate Longtaitou Day with various activities

PHOTOS

People celebrate Longtaitou Day with various activities

Xinhua

10:52, March 15, 2021

Villagers participate in a ploughing contest to celebrate the Longtaitou Day in Shuangtuan Village of Huangdun Town in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on the second day of the second lunar month. People celebrate the day with various activities. (Photo by Li Dawei/Xinhua)

A villager participates in a ploughing contest to celebrate the Longtaitou Day in Shuangtuan Village of Huangdun Town in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on the second day of the second lunar month. People celebrate the day with various activities. (Photo by Li Dawei/Xinhua)

Villagers holding winning certificates pose with their oxen after a ploughing contest to celebrate the Longtaitou Day in Shuangtuan Village of Huangdun Town in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on the second day of the second lunar month. People celebrate the day with various activities. (Photo by Li Dawei/Xinhua)

Folk artists perform at a scenic spot to celebrate the Longtaitou Day in Qingzhou City, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on the second day of the second lunar month. People celebrate the day with various activities. (Photo by Wang Jilin/Xinhua)

Children perform dragon dance to celebrate the Longtaitou Day at a kindergarten in Fushan District of Yantai, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on the second day of the second lunar month. People celebrate the day with various activities. (Photo by Sun Wentan/Xinhua)

Children perform dragon dance to celebrate the Longtaitou Day at a kindergarten in Fushan District of Yantai, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on the second day of the second lunar month. People celebrate the day with various activities. (Photo by Sun Wentan/Xinhua)

People perform traditional dance to celebrate the Longtaitou Day in Huimin County, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on the second day of the second lunar month. People celebrate the day with various activities. (Xinhua/Fan Changguo)

A tourist buys a clay sculpture during a cultural festival in Zaohuli Town of Huimin County, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. Huimin County has a long history of clay sculpture creation, and local people celebrate the Longtaitou Day by making clay sculptures and performing yangge dance. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on the second day of the second lunar month. People celebrate the day with various activities. (Xinhua/Fan Changguo)

A barber cuts hair for a kid in Shiyan, central China's Hubei Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on Sunday, the second day of the second lunar month in China. Traditionally, it is a busy day for hair salons as many Chinese believe that a new hairdo on that day will bring good luck. (Photo by Cao Zhonghong/Xinhua)

A barber cuts hair for a kid in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on Sunday, the second day of the second lunar month in China. Traditionally, it is a busy day for hair salons as many Chinese believe that a new hairdo on that day will bring good luck. (Photo by Liang Zhiqiang/Xinhua)

A barber cuts hair for a kid in Hai'an City, east China's Jiangsu Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on Sunday, the second day of the second lunar month in China. Traditionally, it is a busy day for hair salons as many Chinese believe that a new hairdo on that day will bring good luck. (Photo by Xiang Zhonglin/Xinhua)

A barber cuts hair for a kid in Zaozhuang City, east China's Shandong Province, March 14, 2021. The day of Longtaitou, which literally means "dragon raises head", falls on Sunday, the second day of the second lunar month in China. Traditionally, it is a busy day for hair salons as many Chinese believe that a new hairdo on that day will bring good luck. (Photo by Sun Zhongzhe/Xinhua)

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