Mon, January 19, 2009
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Kids dress up for costume dance-off in Manila

2009-01-19 03:05:50 GMT2009-01-19 11:05:50 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

A child wearing a panda costume has his make-up retouched before the start of "Caracol 2009", a local version of the Mardi Gras parade along Makati, the financial district of Manila January 18, 2009. The word "Caracol" was derived from Spanish word "snail, shell" and school children dress up in costumes and compete in a dance-off with choreography loosely based upon ethnic rituals and local folklore. [Agencies]

School children in costume take a break before the start of a "Caracol 2009", a local version of the Mardi Gras parade along Makati, the financial district of Manila January 18, 2009. The word "Caracol" was derived from Spanish word "snail, shell" and school children dress up in costumes and compete in a dance-off with choreography loosely based upon ethnic rituals and local folklore. [Agencies]

School children in costume parade during the start of "Caracol 2009", a local version of the Mardi Gras parade, in Makati, the financial district of Manila January 18, 2009. The word "Caracol" was derived from Spanish word "snail, shell" and school children dress up in costumes and compete in a dance-off with choreography loosely based upon ethnic rituals and local folklore. [Agencies]

School children perform before the start of "Caracol 2009", a local version of Mardi Gras, along Makati, the financial district of Manila January 18, 2009. The word "Caracol" was derived from Spanish word "snail, shell" and school children dress up in costumes and compete in a dance-off with choreography loosely based upon ethnic rituals and local folklore. [Agencies]

School children in costume take a break before the start of a "Caracol 2009", a local version of Mardi Gras, along Makati, the financial district of Manila January 18, 2009. The word "Caracol" was derived from Spanish word "snail, shell" and school children dress up in costumes and compete in a dance-off with choreography loosely based upon ethnic rituals and local folklore. [Agencies]

A child wearing a panda costume has his make-up retouched before the start of "Caracol 2009", a local version of the Mardi Gras parade along Makati, the financial district of Manila January 18, 2009. The word "Caracol" was derived from Spanish word "snail, shell" and school children dress up in costumes and compete in a dance-off with choreography loosely based upon ethnic rituals and local folklore.

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