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China Culture and Tourism Festival held in Toronto

Updated: May 20,2017 4:30 PM     Xinhua

Dancers from Sichuan Research Institute of Chinese Folk Vocal Art Forms perform during the 2017 China Culture and Tourism Festival at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Canada, May 19, 2017. Featuring Chinese traditional culture performances, papercut workshop and funny activities, the event introduced the beautiful attractions of China to Canadians on May 20. [Photo/Xinhua]

Ten-year old local girl Gao Zimo performs Peking Opera during the 2017 China Culture and Tourism Festival at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Canada, May 19, 2017. Featuring Chinese traditional culture performances, papercut workshop and funny activities, the event introduced the beautiful attractions of China to Canadians on May 20. [Photo/Xinhua]

Visitors pose for photos during the 2017 China Culture and Tourism Festival at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Canada, May 19, 2017. Featuring Chinese traditional culture performances, papercut workshop and funny activities, the event introduced the beautiful attractions of China to Canadians on May 20.[Photo/Xinhua]

Dancers from Sichuan Research Institute of Chinese Folk Vocal Art Forms perform during the 2017 China Culture and Tourism Festival at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Canada, May 19, 2017. Featuring Chinese traditional culture performances, papercut workshop and funny activities, the event introduced the beautiful attractions of China to Canadians on May 20.[Photo/Xinhua]

Participants pose for photos with their papercutting works during the 2017 China Culture and Tourism Festival at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Canada, May 19, 2017. Featuring Chinese traditional culture performances, papercut workshop and funny activities, the event introduced the beautiful attractions of China to Canadians on May 20.[Photo/Xinhua]

A visitor poses for photos during the 2017 China Culture and Tourism Festival at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Canada, May 19, 2017. Featuring Chinese traditional culture performances, papercut workshop and funny activities, the event introduced the beautiful attractions of China to Canadians on May 20. [Photo/Xinhua]

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