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Paper-tearing calligraphy artwork showcased in Anhui

2013-11-07 09:42:05



Kong Minghui, an inheritor of the paper-tearing calligraphy art, demonstrates his techniques to visitors in Lujiang county, Anhui province, November 3, 2013. The paper-tearing calligraphy, as an intangible cultural heritage, creates fine calligraphy artwork by tearing pieces of paper into the shapes of Chinese characters. [Photo/Xinhua]

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