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Crows are rare in the south of China, but they often flock together in the fields and roads in the north. Most Chinese people look at crows as opposed to magpies. They always believe it undoubtedly an ill omen to see crows when going out of the house. But in China, three provinces in northeast and the capital Beijing used to be inhabited by Manchu people. The crow was enshrined as a divine bird, because the eldest ancestor of Manchu, “Nurhaci”, was once injured in a battle to unify China, fell down the horse and was in dire danger. It was the crow that saved his life, so the crow is a divine bird for Manchu people and plays an irreplaceable role in their faith.