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Chinese artisans contribute to ICE! Exhibit

2009-11-14 11:39:26 GMT2009-11-14 19:39:26 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

An artisan from northeast China's Harbin province works on an ice sculpture for Gaylord National's ICE! exhibit, a 15,000-square foot winter wonderland created from 2 million pounds of ice, at National Harbor in Fort Washington, Maryland, November 13, 2009. Forty artisans traveled to Gaylord National Resort from Harbin, China, to hand carve the walk-through attraction of holiday scenes. Reuters photo

An artisan from northeast China's Harbin province works on an ice sculpture for Gaylord National's ICE! exhibit, a 15,000-square foot winter wonderland created from 2 million pounds of ice, at National Harbor in Fort Washington, Maryland, November 13, 2009. Forty artisans traveled to Gaylord National Resort from Harbin, China, to hand carve the walk-through attraction of holiday scenes. Reuters photo

An artisan from northeast China's Harbin province works on an ice sculpture for Gaylord National's ICE! exhibit, a 15,000-square foot winter wonderland created from 2 million pounds of ice, at National Harbor in Fort Washington, Maryland, November 13, 2009. Forty artisans traveled to Gaylord National Resort from Harbin, China, to hand carve the walk-through attraction of holiday scenes. Reuters photo

An artisan from northeast China's Harbin province works on an ice sculpture for Gaylord National's ICE! exhibit, a 15,000-square foot winter wonderland created from 2 million pounds of ice, at National Harbor in Fort Washington, Maryland, November 13, 2009. Forty artisans traveled to Gaylord National Resort from Harbin, China, to hand carve the walk-through attraction of holiday scenes. Reuters photo

An artisan from northeast China's Harbin province works on an ice sculpture for Gaylord National's ICE! exhibit, a 15,000-square foot winter wonderland created from 2 million pounds of ice, at National Harbor in Fort Washington, Maryland, November 13, 2009. Forty artisans traveled to Gaylord National Resort from Harbin, China, to hand carve the walk-through attraction of holiday scenes. Reuters photo

An artisan from northeast China's Harbin province works on an ice sculpture for Gaylord National's ICE! exhibit, a 15,000-square foot winter wonderland created from 2 million pounds of ice, at National Harbor in Fort Washington, Maryland, November 13, 2009.

Forty artisans traveled to Gaylord National Resort from Harbin, China, to hand carve the walk-through attraction of holiday scenes.

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