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Taiwan monks ring temple bell to mark Lunar New Year


Monks at Dharma Drum Mountain Temple in Taiwan strike their temple bells 108 times to ring in the Year of the Tiger. The striking of the bells symbolises the removal of 108 kinds of human worries. IMAGES

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