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Human vs. Firecrackers; Getting Burned In Taiwan Fireworks Ritual

Human vs. Firecrackers; Getting Burned In Taiwan Fireworks Ritual

Being burned by fireworks is usually avoided, but for Taiwanese who willingly subject themselves to an explosive barrage, it's all about good fortune.

In one of Taiwan's wildest but least-known rituals to mark the end of Lunar New Year, five men in the southern city of Taitung asked to be showered with—and burned by—fireworks.

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