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Are you ready for golden autumn break?

(People's Daily Online)

09:37, September 29, 2012

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A long autumn break combining two of China's most important holidays is soon upon us. This year an unusually late Mid-Autumn Festival on September 30 and National Day on October 1  will offer people in China a weeklong break from the toils of work, an offer of opportunity to share good food, wine and cheer with family and friends. These tips provide you with information for a happy and healthy vacation.

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