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Yi people mark Hualian ("daubed face") Festival in China's Yunnan
Publication time:2020-04-09  | Author:He Chunhao

Aerial photo taken on July 18, 2019 shows people of the Yi ethnic group celebrating Hualian ("daubed face") Festival in Qiubei County, southwest China's Yunnan Province. The Hualian Festival is a traditional annual festival of the Yi ethnic group in Qiubei County where people drive out evil and get good luck by daubing their faces black. (Xinhua/He Chunhao)

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People of the Yi ethnic group daub each other's face during Hualian ("daubed face") Festival in Qiubei County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, July 18, 2019. The Hualian Festival is a traditional annual festival of the Yi ethnic group in Qiubei County where people drive out evil and get good luck by daubing their faces black. (Xinhua/He Chunhao)

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