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'Golden Week' presents sweets and bitters to Chinese

(People's Daily Online)

10:53, October 10, 2012

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Many Chinese people may choose “tired” if using a word to describe the just past “Golden Week” of National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival because of the gridlocked traffic on the highway and the crowded stream of people in scenic spots. People spent a lot of money but did not enjoy a relaxed holiday. Nevertheless, the “Golden Week” was still the happy time.

   

Post-vacation Tips

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Opinions

Can Chinese 'Golden Week' be more relaxing?

Survey showed that less than 30 percent of office workers can enjoy paid vacation in China. Under such welfare system, it is inevitable that people will choose to travel in the "Golden Week". [Read more]

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Reviews

Road to nowhere is route to despair

Traffic jams and overcrowded sites leave many feeling they hit a dead end during the holiday [Read more]

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Travel peak around China during holiday

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Photos 

“Seas of people” throughout China during the 8-day-long autumn break.

   

   

   

   

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