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A demonstration to boycott Carrefour and French products in Qingdao, China for Carrefour big shareholders' "support Tibet independence". Such demonstration and boycott are happening in many Chinese cities now. Picture from April 19, 2008

Picture shows a box of mah-jong displayed in a museum in Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan province. The museum, which will be open to the public in March 2008, is the first one in China that combines the country's mah-jong and tea culture together.(Xinhua Photo)

Red lanterns are displayed along roadside in Taiyuan, capital of northwest China's Shanxi Province to celebrate the upcoming traditional Chinese Lantern Festival that falls on Feb. 21. (Xinhua/Peng Yang)


Local artists perform traditional dance during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, on Feb. 16, 2008. The Chinese Lantern Festival, or 'Yuanxiao Festival', which takes place on the 15th day of the first lunar month, the first night of the new year with a full moon, falls on Feb. 21 this year. (Xinhua Photo)


A flower and plant market in Beijing puts on sale the specially dyed roses imported from Holland on Tuesday, February 12, 2008 to give one more option for lovers who are about to celebrate the approaching Valentine's Day. The roses, originally white, were dyed with seven colors: red, orange, yellow, green, black, blue and purple. One seven-colored rose sells for about 200 to 300 yuan (US$ 27.8 to US$41.7). Photo from Xinhua News and


Chinese Style Wedding.
A French gentleman married a Chinese girl during Spring Festival, and held a very traditional wedding ceremony in China. Straits Capital News

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China is celebrating Lunar New Year. Photo from Xinhua

Thousands of passengers are stuck at Guangzhou train station due to bad weather. Jan. 29, 2008

Tanks from the Chinese Army join the ice-breaking on the frozen highway in southern China. About 300,000 troops are involved in the disaster-release work. Feb.2, 2008.


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