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August 17, 2008
Competitors perform a ritual around the "Ku Peng" during the Chiang Ku contest as part of the Chinese...
Ilan, Taiwan
Competitors perform a ritual around the "Ku Peng" during the Chiang Ku contest as part of the Chinese...
Competitors perform a ritual around the "Ku Peng" during the Chiang Ku contest as part of the Chinese Hungry Ghost Festival in Toucheng, Ilan, August 17, 2008. Chiang Ku is a contest involving grabbing offerings and flags from a group of tall bamboo towers to pay reverence to wandering souls during the Hungry Ghost Festival. It is believed by worshippers that the gates of hell are opened during every seventh month of the Chinese lunar calendar and dead ancestors return to visit their relatives. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
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