Dragons’ heads and lucky haircuts in China – in pictures

Er Yue Er, which translates as “a time for the dragon to raise its head’’, is one of the busiest days of the Chinese calendar for hairdressers as it is widely believed to be good luck to have your hair cut on this day

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