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2019-02-19 15:34:07 Ecns.cn Editor :Li Yan
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"Tiaoqian", a masked religious dance with a history of nearly 300 years, is performed at Kumbum Monastery in Huangzhong County, Northwest China's Qinghai Province, Feb. 18, 2019. During the religious ritual, monks wear colorful traditional clothes and masks while performing the dance to scare away evil spirits in the monastery, also called Ta'er Monastery. (Photo: China News Service/Ma Mingyan)

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"Tiaoqian", a masked religious dance with a history of nearly 300 years, is performed at Kumbum Monastery in Huangzhong County, Northwest China's Qinghai Province, Feb. 18, 2019. During the religious ritual, monks wear colorful traditional clothes and masks while performing the dance to scare away evil spirits in the monastery, also called Ta'er Monastery. (Photo: China News Service/Ma Mingyan)

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"Tiaoqian", a masked religious dance with a history of nearly 300 years, is performed at Kumbum Monastery in Huangzhong County, Northwest China's Qinghai Province, Feb. 18, 2019. During the religious ritual, monks wear colorful traditional clothes and masks while performing the dance to scare away evil spirits in the monastery, also called Ta'er Monastery. (Photo: China News Service/Ma Mingyan)

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"Tiaoqian", a masked religious dance with a history of nearly 300 years, is performed at Kumbum Monastery in Huangzhong County, Northwest China's Qinghai Province, Feb. 18, 2019. During the religious ritual, monks wear colorful traditional clothes and masks while performing the dance to scare away evil spirits in the monastery, also called Ta'er Monastery. (Photo: China News Service/Ma Mingyan)

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"Tiaoqian", a masked religious dance with a history of nearly 300 years, is performed at Kumbum Monastery in Huangzhong County, Northwest China's Qinghai Province, Feb. 18, 2019. During the religious ritual, monks wear colorful traditional clothes and masks while performing the dance to scare away evil spirits in the monastery, also called Ta'er Monastery. (Photo: China News Service/Ma Mingyan)

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"Tiaoqian", a masked religious dance with a history of nearly 300 years, is performed at Kumbum Monastery in Huangzhong County, Northwest China's Qinghai Province, Feb. 18, 2019. During the religious ritual, monks wear colorful traditional clothes and masks while performing the dance to scare away evil spirits in the monastery, also called Ta'er Monastery. (Photo: China News Service/Ma Mingyan)

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