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  • China Pavilion packs in crowds again

    2011-02-10 07:39

    The crowds came surging back to the China Pavilion during the Spring Festival holidays as people made the most of the opportunity to check out the landmark that was such a draw during Expo 2010.

  • Festival gala offers stage to migrant workers

    2011-02-01 20:17

    The China Central Television (CCTV) Spring Festival Gala, one of China's most-watched television events, has opened its stage to performers from the grassroots of society.

  • A festival that transcends boundaries

    2011-01-28 07:32

    In homes across China, Australia, the US, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Britain, the Philippines, Thailand and India, the Year of the Rabbit will be met with parties, feasts and firecrackers. China Daily took a whistle-stop tour to find out more.

  • Take me to the Beijing Temple Fair

    2011-01-30 08:01

    Temple fairs celebrate ancient customs, but they're increasingly demonstrating that traditions are anything but stagnant. Download the map of Temple Fairs in Beijing

  • Top 10 Chinatowns for Chinese New Year

    2011-01-29 07:39

    Preparations are underway around the world for next week's Chinese New Year (Feb 3) and celebrations in China will be mirrored across the planet wherever the Chinese Diaspora calls home. Travel website ( offers its top 10 Chinatowns for those outside of China wishing to mark the day.

  • Gearing up for the New Year with a range of rabbit nitbits

    2011-01-20 07:58

    It is possible that you've spent much of the past week or two hibernating in a warm, cozy apartment, hidden away from the freezing winds and Arctic temperatures that have swept through Beijing.

  • Taking advantage of Beijing's Spring Festival exodus

    2011-01-26 07:59

    With millions of people leaving the city and going home during the Spring Festival, Beijing is at the beginning of an annual phenomenon - empty streets and deserted shops.

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