DIETFURT, BAYERN, DEUTSCHLAND20. FEBRUAR 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Nah A dragon in the parade2. Halbnahe The 'royal couple' opens the parade3. Halbnahe A group of Carnival participants dressed up as 'Chinese' soldiers4. Halbnahe Carnival participants dressed up as Chinese and with a yellow face5. Halbnahe A traditional Bavarian orchestra parading, its members dressed up as Chinese6. O-TON 1 - Yawen Xu (left) and Qiutong Li (right), Chinese students in Germany who came to see the Carnival (Frau, German, 11 Sek.): 'I think that the Germans have their own understanding about Chinese culture. The one represented in this carnival looks a bit different to the one in China!' 7. Zwischenschnitt: Nah A group of Carnival participants dressed up as 'Chinese' soldiers 8. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe A traditional Bavarian orchestra dressed up as pandas in the parade 9. Nah A group of Carnival participants dressed up as 'Chinese' soldiers10. O-TON 2 - Angela, US Student of Chinese origin, came to see the Carnival (Frau, English, 18 Sek.): 'I thought it's very funny, some of the signs up there (chinese signs) say 'Hey Chinese!' or just, it's technically right but not a common greeting. It's just a lot of silly things, some things are actually written in Chinese and some of things have been a bit lost in handwritings of non Chinese speakers.' 11. Zwischenschnitt: Nah The parade 12. Zwischenschnitt: Nah Signs hung up to the windows everywhere in the city during the parade 13. Zwischenschnitt: Halbnahe A group of visitors dancing 14. O-TON 3 - Kerstin (left) and Antje (right), Visitors of the Carnival (Frau, German, 9 Sek.): 'Kerstin: This is Carnival, for Carnival you can wear whatever you wantAntje: The Chinese people here have reacted positively, we've taken pictures with Chinese people, they find it great.'15. Schwenk von links nach rechts A group of Carnivalers turn a wheel to decide who will be their Chinese 'Kaiser'16. Nah The chosen 'Kaiser'