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1st writing ceremony held in NE China

Updated: Jul 11,2016 5:23 PM     Xinhua

A girl gets a red dot on her forehead, which is called “opening the wisdom eye”, during the first writing ceremony in Jilin, northeast China’s Jilin province, July 11, 2016. About 150 children attended the ceremony, a traditional education activity for children to start their school life in China, at the Confucius Temple in Jilin on July 11.[Photo/Xinhua]

A child beats a drum at the first writing ceremony in Jilin, northeast China’s Jilin province, July 11, 2016. About 150 children attended the ceremony, a traditional education activity for children to start their school life in China, at the Confucius Temple in Jilin on July 11.[Photo/Xinhua]

Children adjust clothes at the first writing ceremony in Jilin, northeast China’s Jilin province, July 11, 2016. About 150 children attended the ceremony, a traditional education activity for children to start their school life in China, at the Confucius Temple in Jilin on July 11.[Photo/Xinhua]

Ma Weiliang, head of the Confucius Institute of Jilin City, teaches a child to write Chinese character “Ren” (meaning “human” in English) during the first writing ceremony in Jilin, northeast China’s Jilin province, July 11, 2016. About 150 children attended the ceremony, a traditional education activity for children to start their school life in China, at the Confucius Temple in Jilin on July 11.[Photo/Xinhua]

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