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Sun Wen Quan, 57, (left) and his brother Sun Wen Xue, 55, (right) are two of the 40 artisan ice sculptors from Harbin, China,  working on the construction of the attraction ICE! These sculptors are master carvers who spend a month here each year turning two million pounds of ice into colorful ice sculptures  in an environment of nine degrees. They are from Harbin, China, the capital city of China's northernmost province, Heilongjiang, across the border from Siberia, Russia. .  (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)
Photo by: ROD LAMKEY JR
Sun Wen Quan, 57, (left) and his brother Sun Wen Xue, 55, (right) are two of the 40 artisan ice sculptors from Harbin, China, working on the construction of the attraction ICE! These sculptors are master carvers who spend a month here each year turning two million pounds of ice into colorful ice sculptures in an environment of nine degrees. They are from Harbin, China, the capital city of China's northernmost province, Heilongjiang, across the border from Siberia, Russia. . (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

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