China’s Crowd Art

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Military parades, attempts to set a world record or staging huge performances – such views can look really impressive, or, conversely, frightening.
We go to China to see the crowd art.

China’s Crowd Art:

Artists during the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics on August 8, 2008. (Photo: Christophe Simon):

China's Crowd Art

3. The parade of pilots on the outskirts of Beijing, September 15, 2009. (Photo by Joe Chan | Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

4. Sleeping inside the campus in Wuhan, September 3, 2007. (Photo by Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

5. World Wushu Championship, Hubei Province, Oct. 24, 2008. (Photo by Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

6. Military, August 6, 2008. (Photo by Itsuo Inouye | AP):

China's Crowd Art

7. Students doing morning exercises at the school in Shanghai October 14, 2009. (Photo by Nir Elias | Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

8. Dancers perform a number of “Thousand-hand Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara.” (Photo by Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

9. Chinese pilots, Beijing, September 10, 2009. (Photo by Ng Han Guan | AP):

China's Crowd Art

10. Pupils martial arts, make setting the air on August 14, 2014. (Photo by Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

11. slender ranks of the police in Shanxi Province, on December 30, 2009. (Photo by Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

12. Competition in martial arts in high school in Nanjing on October 20, 2011. (Photo by Sean Yong | Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

13. Artists during the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics on August 8, 2008. (Photo by Pedro Ugarte):

China's Crowd Art

14. Courageous Chinese sailors, Beijing, September 15, 2009. (Photo by Joe Chan | Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

15. Group yoga classes for pregnant women. As usual, try to set a Guinness world record. Hunan Province, June 8, 2014. (Photo: Reuters | China Daily):

China's Crowd Art

16. The exams in high school in Shaanxi Province, April 11 2015. (Photo by Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

17. Honor guard prepares to meet Afghan President, Beijing, September 27, 2013. (Photo by Ed Jones | AFP | Getty Images):

China's Crowd Art

18. The parade in Beijing on October 1, 2009. (Photo Goh Chai Hin | AFP | Getty Images):

China's Crowd Art

19. Chinese New Year, which in 2010 coincided with Valentine’s Day. (Photo by Reuters | China Daily):

China's Crowd Art

20. The celebration in honor of the 65th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China on October 1, 2014. (Photo by Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

21. The opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics on August 8, 2008. (Photo by Julie Jacobson | AP):

China's Crowd Art

22. The police near the stadium during the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics on August 8, 2008. (Photo by Charlie Riedel | AP):

China's Crowd Art

23. This open championship Aquatics in Shanghai on July 16, 2011. (Photo by Issei Kato | Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

24. University students in Nanjing on September 25, 2009. (Photo by Jeff Xu | Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

25. “Tai Chi» (taiji) means “a great limit.” It is a martial art without weapons. Beijing, August 14, 2010. (Photo by Jason Lee | Reuters):

China's Crowd Art

26. Brave Chinese military, July 29, 2014. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress):

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China's Crowd Art

27. … and sailors. Beijing, October 1, 2009. (Photo by Feng Li):

China's Crowd Art

28. 3110 Chinese students try to create the world’s largest live smiley. The previous record belonged to Canadians, which they established in 2011 – 2961 persons per smile.(Photo by Sean Yong | Reuters):

China's Crowd Art





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