Chinese Folk Artist Makes Papercutting Works to Celebrate Spring Festival

January 2, 2017
Editor: Yang Yang
Chinese Folk Artist Makes Papercutting Works to Celebrate Spring Festival
Chang Yangyang, a young folk artist, shows his papercutting works of a rooster and a hen in Mengjin County, Central China's Henan province, December 29, 2016. The Chinese will celebrate the lunar new year, or Spring Festival, on January 28, 2017. Spring Festival this time marks the beginning of the Year of Rooster, according to the Chinese zodiac that assigns one of the 12 animals to each year. [Xinhua]
Chinese Folk Artist Makes Papercutting Works to Celebrate Spring Festival
Chang Yangyang, a young folk artist, shows his papercutting works of a rooster and a hen in Mengjin County, Central China's Henan province, December 29, 2016. The Chinese will celebrate the lunar new year, or Spring Festival, on January 28, 2017. Spring Festival this time marks the beginning of the Year of Rooster, according to the Chinese zodiac that assigns one of the 12 animals to each year. [Xinhua]
Chinese Folk Artist Makes Papercutting Works to Celebrate Spring Festival
Chang Yangyang, a young folk artist, shows his papercutting works of a rooster and a hen in Mengjin County, Central China's Henan province, December 29, 2016. The Chinese will celebrate the lunar new year, or Spring Festival, on January 28, 2017. Spring Festival this time marks the beginning of the Year of Rooster, according to the Chinese zodiac that assigns one of the 12 animals to each year. [Xinhua]

 

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