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Folk customs in Hangzhou, E China’s Zhejiang

Updated: Feb 9,2015 2:31 PM     Xinhua

Visitors play games of their childhood in Tangqi Town, Hangzhou City, capital of East China’s Zhejiang province, on Feb 8. As the Spring Festival approaches, folk customs of the Chinese were reviewed here in Tangqi to celebrate the lunar New Year. The activity will last until the Lantern Festival (the 15th of the first lunar month).[Photo/Xinhua]

Visitors walk past traditional food on display on the ancient Shuibei street in Tangqi Town, Hangzhou City, capital of east China’s Zhejiang province, on Feb 8. As the Spring Festival approaches, folk customs of the Chinese were reviewed here in Tangqi to celebrate the lunar New Year. The activity will last until the Lantern Festival (the 15th of the first lunar month).[Photo/Xinhua]

Visitors walk on the ancient Shuibei street in Tangqi Town, Hangzhou City, capital of east China’s Zhejiang province, on Feb 8. As the Spring Festival approaches, folk customs of the Chinese were reviewed here in Tangqi to celebrate the lunar New Year. The activity will last until the Lantern Festival (the 15th of the first lunar month).[Photo/Xinhua]

Visitors enjoy Yue opera in Tangqi Town, Hangzhou City, capital of east China’s Zhejiang province, on Feb 8. As the Spring Festival approaches, folk customs of the Chinese were reviewed here in Tangqi to celebrate the lunar New Year. The activity will last until the Lantern Festival (the 15th of the first lunar month).[Photo/Xinhua]

Visitors look at the traditional food on display on a street in Tangqi Town, Hangzhou City, capital of east China’s Zhejiang province, on Feb 8. As the Spring Festival approaches, folk customs of the Chinese were reviewed here in Tangqi to celebrate the lunar New Year. The activity will last until the Lantern Festival (the 15th of the first lunar month).[Photo/Xinhua]

A visitor experiences the making of traditional rice cake on the ancient Shuibei street in Tangqi Town, Hangzhou City, capital of east China's Zhejiang province, on Feb 8. As the Spring Festival approaches, folk customs of the Chinese were reviewed here in Tangqi to celebrate the lunar New Year. The activity will last until the Lantern Festival (the 15th of the first lunar month).[Photo/Xinhua]

A calligrapher writes couplets on the ancient Shuibei street in Tangqi Town, Hangzhou City, capital of east China’s Zhejiang province, on Feb 8. As the Spring Festival approaches, folk customs of the Chinese were reviewed here in Tangqi to celebrate the lunar New Year. The activity will last until the Lantern Festival (the 15th of the first lunar month).[Photo/Xinhua]

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