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<p style="white-space: normal; text-align: center;"><img src="https://imedia-peoplesdaily.pdnews.cn/up/cms/www/201811/081553429bxr.jpg" title="暴风截图2018153739312_副本.jpg" alt="暴风截图2018153739312_副本.jpg"/></p><p style="white-space: normal;">Many people around the world watched the dazzling 2008 Beijing Olympics' opening ceremony, with a lot of attention on an ancient Chinese instrument Guqin.</p><p style="white-space: normal;">The history of the guqin spans 3,000 years to the Zhou Dynasty (1046 BC – 771 BC).</p><p style="white-space: normal;">The musician, China's renowned guqin player Chen Leiji, played a copy of a 1,000-year-old instrument from the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907) for the Beijing Olympic ceremony.</p><p><br/></p>