Chinese painter captures rural life

A Chinese artist has fulfilled his dream by capturing rural life in his paintings.

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    A Chinese artist has fulfilled his dream by capturing rural life in his paintings.

    Timid and often ridiculed by villagers, they now respect Xiong Qing-hua whose art works fetch as much as $7,000.

    Al Jazeera’s Rob McBride reports from Hubei in central China.


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