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  • http://english.dbw.cn   2011-12-31 10:12:57
     
         Harbin is the home of ice-snow culture in China, and the ice lanterns in Harbin are miraculous creations in the world snow arts, from which evolved rich varieties of ice-snow culture featured by the annual Harbin Ice and Snow Festival. Boasting the rich experience accumulated over the years, the ice-snow culture in Harbin is characterized by the incorporation of northern and southern styles, domestic and foreign flavors. The Jurchen initially developed such cultures as dressing, construction, food, fishing and hunting in Harbin. Afterwards, a great number of in-migrants (from the area to the west of the Shanhai Pass and to the east of Jiayu Pass) flocked into Harbin, which gave rise to the collision of the Han culture and the Jurden culture. Furthermore, the two waves of in-migrating occurred in Qing Dynasty made the fusion of Manchu culture with the native Harbin culture possible. Thanks to the Russian immigrants who had introduced much European culture into Harbin, their ice-sailing, sledding, skating have exerted considerable influence on the winter sports in Harbin. Presently, the ice-snow culture in Harbin has become a large-scale industry with Harbin Ice and Snow Festival being the focus of attention.

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