PHOTOS Students perform historic dragon dance in Guizhou

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Students perform historic dragon dance in Guizhou

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14:06, April 03, 2019

Students from the Longli Middle and Primary Schools pose for photos in Jinping County, Guizhou province, March 20, 2019. Classified as an intangible cultural heritage of Guizhou province in 2005, Longli's dragon dance has a history of more than 600 years. It is unique for the dancers' painted faces. Since 2008, students at the Longli schools have received two hours training a week in preparing and performing the dragon dance. (Photos: Xinhua)

Students from the Longli Middle and Primary Schools pose for photos in Jinping County, Guizhou province, March 20, 2019. Classified as an intangible cultural heritage of Guizhou province in 2005, Longli's dragon dance has a history of more than 600 years. It is unique for the dancers' painted faces. Since 2008, students at the Longli schools have received two hours training a week in preparing and performing the dragon dance.

Students from the Longli Middle and Primary Schools pose for photos in Jinping County, Guizhou province, March 20, 2019. Classified as an intangible cultural heritage of Guizhou province in 2005, Longli's dragon dance has a history of more than 600 years. It is unique for the dancers' painted faces. Since 2008, students at the Longli schools have received two hours training a week in preparing and performing the dragon dance.

Students from the Longli Middle and Primary Schools pose for photos in Jinping County, Guizhou province, March 20, 2019. Classified as an intangible cultural heritage of Guizhou province in 2005, Longli's dragon dance has a history of more than 600 years. It is unique for the dancers' painted faces. Since 2008, students at the Longli schools have received two hours training a week in preparing and performing the dragon dance.

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