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February 13, 2018
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Chinese welcome their new year with puppies carved out of snow

SHENYANG, China: Among many celebratory preparations for the upcoming New Year as per the Chinese calendar, is the gigantic work of genius that stands complete and absolutely spot-on.

The aerial footage of a still-life masterpiece speaks of affection and comfort, showing a dog in its utmost leisure and resting with its puppies perfectly carved out of a snow – which happens to have taken 60,000 cubic meters of snow to finish the sculpture.

It took more than a hundred sculpture artists and a week-long of endeavor to lay the monument in Shenyang, situated in the Liaoning Province of northeast China.

The sculpture stands 20 meters tall and stretches to a length of 120 meters and 55.66 meters in width.

While the Chinese New Year is slated for February 16, the artistic endeavor built as the opening tradition has already left everyone in awe.


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