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Migrant children on festive homeward trips
Migrant children are increasingly a feature in railway stations along with their parents heading home during the 40-day festive travel rush lasting from Jan. 24 to Mar. 3, 2016.
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Preparation for upcoming Spring Festival
People across China is preparing for the upcoming Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 8 this year.
2016 Spring Festival travel rush starts
Over 2.9 billion trips will be made around China during the 40-day Spring Festival travel rush, which starts on Sunday, traffic authorities estimated.
- Chinese female sniper training
- Rehearsal of China's military parade
- Couples register for marrige on Qixi Fesitival
- Life cut too short: Youngest firefighter will never turn 18
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Public names twin giant panda cubs
Giant pandas frolic after snowfall
Villagers prepare for Spring Festival
Spring Festival: The changed and the unchanged
A look at how China Railway Corp is getting people home
More Chinese prefer to get married late
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Farmer artist and his straw patchworks
Ding Xisen has been engaged in this traditional folk art for more than 20 years.
- College students' film reveals inner life of 'homowives'
- Chinese No.1 female bodyguard: Bian Mei
- Pole dancers show strength and beauty in snow
Wall of kindness appears in SW China
Photo shows the Wall of Kindness in Chengdu, the capital city of southwest China's Sichuan Province.
- Two-child policy puts pressure on sperm banks
- Nadam: Time to celebrate harvests
- Tibetan cliff engravers
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