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Daring Needle Stunt a Highlight of Temple Fair
 
Adjust font size:   Close CRIENGLISH.com Ma Ruohan 2016-02-18
 

  A folk artist performs a tradition stunt by piercing a long needle through his cheek at a temple fair on Wenbi Mountain in South China’s Hainan Province on Wednesday. The stunt show is part of traditions performed by locals during the temple fair, celebrating China’s Lunar New Year. Other performances include lion and dragon dances and a parade of god statues. [Photo: China News Service]

 

  A folk artist performs a tradition stunt by piercing a long needle through his cheek at a temple fair on Wenbi Mountain in South China’s Hainan Province on Wednesday. The stunt show is part of traditions performed by locals during the temple fair, celebrating China’s Lunar New Year. Other performances include lion and dragon dances and a parade of god statues. [Photo: China News Service]

 

  A folk artist performs a tradition stunt by piercing a long needle through his cheek at a temple fair on Wenbi Mountain in South China’s Hainan Province on Wednesday. The stunt show is part of traditions performed by locals during the temple fair, celebrating China’s Lunar New Year. Other performances include lion and dragon dances and a parade of god statues. [Photo: China News Service]

  

  A folk artist performs a tradition stunt by piercing a long needle through his cheek at a temple fair on Wenbi Mountain in South China’s Hainan Province on Wednesday. The stunt show is part of traditions performed by locals during the temple fair, celebrating China’s Lunar New Year. Other performances include lion and dragon dances and a parade of god statues. [Photo: China News Service]

 

  Folk artists perform a tradition stunt by piercing a long needle through their cheek at a temple fair on Wenbi Mountain in South China’s Hainan Province on Wednesday. The stunt show is part of traditions performed by locals during the temple fair, celebrating China’s Lunar New Year. Other performances include lion and dragon dances and a parade of god statues. [Photo: China News Service]

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