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The first place to be called the 'Middle Kingdom'

2013-10-05 14:31:24

(China Daily)


Two children play at a parking lot where corn is laid out to dry near Houtu Temple in Yuncheng, Shanxi province, on Sept 7. The temple is believed to be the country’s oldest for worshiping Nuwa, a goddess in Chinese mythology who created mankind and repaired the wall of heaven.

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