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September 02, 2014
Folk artist Yu Guangjun detaches the head from the body of a cicada slough, to make a "Maohou" sculpture,...
Beijing, China
A folk artist detaches the head from the body of a cicada slough, to make a "Maohou" sculpture, at his...
Folk artist Yu Guangjun detaches the head from the body of a cicada slough, to make a "Maohou" sculpture, at his house in Beijing, September 2, 2014. "Maohou", which means hairy monkey in Chinese, is a traditional art form in Beijing that dates back to the Qing Dynasty and requires only the use of cicada sloughs and Magnolia buds to form miniature sculptures. Yu has been using Maohou figures in his miniatures to depict scenes from Beijing during the 1960-70s period. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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