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Lanterns fly from low to high

(Shanghai Daily)

16:19, January 21, 2013

People fly sky lanterns, also known as Kongming lanterns, at the Ayding Lake area in the Turpan basin in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region to celebrate the upcoming Spring Festival, which falls on February 10. The dry lakebed is about 155 meters below sea level, which makes it the world's second lowest point after the Dead Sea. (Shanghai Daily)

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