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Ceremony for Yandi includes Taiwan Chinese

2010-08-12 08:02:27 GMT2010-08-12 16:02:27 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

People from Taiwan take part in the grand veneration ceremony of Yandi, who is believed to be a co-founder of the Chinese nation and civilization, in Yanling county, Central China's Hunan province on Aug 12, 2010. It is first time that people from Taiwan took part in the ceremony. [Photo/Xinhua]

A man plays an ancient Chinese instrument at the grand veneration ceremony of Yandi in Yanling county, Central China's Hunan province on Aug 12, 2010. [Photo/Xinhua]

A chorus sings "Ode to Yandi" during the grand veneration ceremony of Yandi in Yanling county, Central China's Hunan province on Aug 12, 2010. [Photo/Xinhua]

Ancient Chinese instruments are part of the grand veneration ceremony of Yandi in Yanling county, Central China's Hunan province on Aug 12, 2010. [Photo/Xinhua]

Performances are also part of the grand veneration ceremony of Yandi in Yanling county, Central China's Hunan province on Aug 12, 2010. [Photo/Xinhua]

People from Taiwan take part in the grand veneration ceremony of Yandi, who is believed to be a co-founder of the Chinese nation and civilization, in Yanling county, Central China's Hunan province on Aug 12, 2010. It is first time that people from Taiwan took part in the ceremony.

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