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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander carries an old accordion collected by him at his workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander repairs an accordion at his workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander bids farewell to visitors at his workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander is seen in his house in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander plays accordion at his workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander answers the phone at his workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander plays records in his house in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander repairs an accordion at his workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander plays records in his house in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander knocks at the door of his house in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander repairs an accordion at his workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Photo taken on Oct. 19, 2011 shows an old accordion at Alexander's workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER
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(111025) -- URUMQI, Oct. 25, 2011 () -- Alexander repairs an accordion at his workshop in Yining City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 19, 2011. The notes of accordion are heard wafting over a small workshop with a blue shabby wooden door on Ehmetjan Road in Yining City of Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang every day. There are a variety of accordions and repairing tools. The owner of the workshop covering eight square meters is the 53-year-old man of Russian ethnic group Alexander. People of the Russian ethnic group in Ili have kept their living conventions after settling in China since the mid-18th century. For them, accordion is regarded as a treasure to transmit their music. Alexander grew up in Ili. Being influenced by his father, he was able to play accordion very well in his childhood. At the age of 15, he began to help others to repair accordions. In 1990, Alexander opened his own workshop. In spare time, he is interested in collecting old accordions. So far, he has collected some 300 accordions. Of all his collection, the most expensive one priced at more than 100,000 yuan (about 15,690 U.S. dollars), and the oldest one was manufactured in the 19th century. "I refuse when someone wants to buy or rent my accordions for exhibition", Alexander said, "I want to open an accordion museum where I grow up." He looks like a child when people talk about accordions with him. Recently, local government built a house for Alexander. He has planned to use it as an accordion museum to display his collections. (/Wang Fei) (mcg) fot. Photoshot/REPORTER