17 Jiangxi tourists return safely from Japan

14:10, March 15, 2011      

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78-year-old Yang Jiusheng, one of the first members of batch of tourists who went to Japan from China’s Jiangxi Province, accepts an interview from reporters when he and his 16 other companions arrive at Nanchang on the afternoon of March 14. The 17 tourists left for Shanghai from Japan's Osaka on March 13 and took the D97 train to get back to Nanchang. (Photo by Xinhua/Hu Guolin)


 
 
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