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Traditional ‘Anzhaonadun’ festival celebrated in NW China’s Qinghai

Updated: Aug 27,2015 8:35 AM     Xinhua

Performers dance during the traditional “Anzhaonadun” festival, at Minhe Hui and Tu autonomous county in Haidong city, Northwest China’s Qinghai province, Aug 25, 2015. The traditional “Anzhaonadun”, which means “hearty entertainment” in Tu language, is an annual carnival observed by the Tu people to honor the year’s crop production. This 63-day-long festival, dubbed as the “World’s Longest Carnival”, kicked off Aug 24.[Photo/Xinhua]

Performers dance during the traditional “Anzhaonadun” festival, at Minhe Hui and Tu autonomous county in Haidong city, Northwest China’s Qinghai province, Aug 25, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]

Performers dance during the traditional “Anzhaonadun” festival, at Minhe Hui and Tu autonomous county in Haidong city, Northwest China’s Qinghai province, Aug 25, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]

Performers chat with each other before their performance during the traditional “Anzhaonadun” festival, at Minhe Hui and Tu autonomous county in Haidong city, Northwest China’s Qinghai province, Aug 25, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]

A local elder performs during the traditional “Anzhaonadun” festival, at Minhe Hui and Tu autonomous county in Haidong city, Northwest China’s Qinghai province, Aug 25, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]

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