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    China celebrates Long Tai Tou Festival

    A hairdresser shaves a child’s hair in Hefei, Anhui province on March 2. In some regions of China, people have their head shaved on Long Tai Tou Festival day to wish for a good luck for the coming new year. [Photo/Xinhua]

    March 2, is the second day of the 2nd month of the Chinese lunar calendar, and is also known as the Long Tai Tou (dragon's head raising) Festival. The festival marks the beginning of agricultural activities for the new year.

    Long, or the Chinese dragon, enjoys a special place among Chinese culture. In Chinese mythology, the dragon is master of rain and wind. On the day of Long Tai Tou Festival, the dragon raises its head and brings more rain to the land. People all over China celebrate this day by doing a variety of activities.

    China celebrates Long Tai Tou Festival

    China celebrates Long Tai Tou Festival

    China celebrates Long Tai Tou Festival

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