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As is rooted in Chinese culture, most Chinese people live a down-to-earth life. They work hard and bring home bacon, and they seldom talk about illusory dreams. But, there are always some exceptions.

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A 44-yr-old professional tattoo artist who has been in the trade for 11 yrs and it's her dream trade.

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30-yr-old Chen Chenghui came to Beijing from Guangzhou six yrs ago and dreamed to become a musician of his own style.


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A 37-yr-old laid-off mechanical worker made a submarine himself.

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Liu Xixuan, a man who dreamt to become a woman, is performing belly dance.

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A 84-yr-old transsexual.



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A 30-yr-old medical school graduate woman who wants to become a professional pole dancer.

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57-yr-old Cao, gay and umemployed, is performing red guards dance.

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