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Various folk activities held across China to mark "Er Yue Er"

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Some folk artists play drum carrying lanterns on their backs in Zhengding ancient town in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, March 8, 2019. "Er Yue Er", or the second day of the second month in the Chinese lunar calendar, fell on March 8 this year. Various folk activities are held in many parts across China to mark the day. (Xinhua/Zhang Xiaofeng)

Some folk artists perform dragon dance at the Shanhaiguan Pass, a famous tourist resort in Qinhuangdao City, north China's Hebei Province, March 8, 2019. "Er Yue Er", or the second day of the second month in the Chinese lunar calendar, fell on March 8 this year. Various folk activities are held in many parts across China to mark the day. (Xinhua/Wang Hanzhi)

Some folk artists play Ansai waist drum in Zhengding ancient town in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, March 8, 2019. "Er Yue Er", or the second day of the second month in the Chinese lunar calendar, fell on March 8 this year. Various folk activities are held in many parts across China to mark the day. (Xinhua/Zhang Xiaofeng)

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