Crowd Art from China

Military parades, attempts to set a world record or staging huge performances – such views can look really impressive or, on the contrary, frightening.

We are going to China to see the art of the crowd.

1. Establishment of the Guinness record for the greatest number of people, conducting simultaneously cosmetic procedures in one place. Shandong Province, China. (Photo by Reuters):

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2. Artists during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Beijing. (Photo by Christophe Simon):

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3. Parade aviators on the outskirts of Beijing. (Photo by Joe Chan | Reuters):

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4. Sleep inside the campus in Wuhan. (Photo by Reuters):

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

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

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7. Students do morning exercises at their school in Shanghai. (Photo by Nir Elias | Reuters):

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8. Dancers perform the number “Thousand Hands of Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara.” (Photo by Reuters):

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

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10. Students of the martial arts school, make a statement in the air. (Photo by Reuters):

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11. Slender ranks of police in Shanxi. (Photo by Reuters):

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12. Martial arts competitions in high school in Nanjing. (Photo by Sean Yong | Reuters):

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13. Artists during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Beijing. (Photo by Pedro Ugarte):

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14. Brave Chinese sailors, Beijing. (Photo by Joe Chan | Reuters):

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15. Group yoga classes for pregnant women. As usual, they are trying to set a Guinness record. Hunan Province. (Photo by Reuters | China Daily):

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16. Examinations in high school in Shaanxi province. (Photo by Reuters):

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17. Honor guard prepares for the meeting of the President of Afghanistan, Beijing. (Photo by Ed Jones | AFP | Getty Images):

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18. Parade in Beijing. (Photo by Goh Chai Hin | AFP | Getty Images):

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

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20. Celebration in honor of the 65th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, China, October 1, 2014. (Reuters photo):

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

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22. Policemen near the stadium during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Beijing, August 8, 2008. (Photo by Charlie Riedel | AP):

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23. And this is the opening of the Championships in water sports in Shanghai, July 16, 2011. (Photo by Issei Kato | Reuters):

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

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

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

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

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28. 3,110 Chinese students are trying to create the world’s largest living emoticon. The last record belonged to Canadians, which they set in 2011 – 2,961 people per smile. (Photo by Sean Yong | Reuters):

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