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Traditional Maori group perform at Venice Biennale

2009-06-04 09:14:23 GMT2009-06-04 17:14:23 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Members of traditional Maori group "Waka Huia" perform in San Marco square, as part of the opening of the New Zealand pavilion at the Venice Biennale June 3, 2009. The Biennale, one of the world's major art festivals traditionally held every two years dating back to 1895, is open to the public June 7 - November 22, 2009. (Photo/Reuters)

New Zealand artist Francis Upritchard (C) poses with members of traditional Maori group "Waka Huia" in San Marco square, as part of the opening of the New Zealand pavilion at the Venice Biennale June 3, 2009. The Biennale, one of the world's major art festivals traditionally held every two years dating back to 1895, is open to the public June 7 - November 22, 2009. (Photo/Reuters)

Members of traditional Maori group "Waka Huia" perform in San Marco square, as part of the opening of the New Zealand pavilion at the Venice Biennale June 3, 2009. The Biennale, one of the world's major art festivals traditionally held every two years dating back to 1895, is open to the public June 7 - November 22, 2009. (Photo/Reuters)

Members of traditional Maori group "Waka Huia" perform in San Marco square, as part of the opening of the New Zealand pavilion at the Venice Biennale June 3, 2009. The Biennale, one of the world's major art festivals traditionally held every two years dating back to 1895, is open to the public June 7 - November 22, 2009. (Photo/Reuters)

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