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President Hu joins public to celebrate New Year


09:38, January 23, 2012

Chinese President Hu Jintao (C) greets the public as he watches "Flower Is A Go-Between", a traditional opera, in Tianxianyu Village of the Huairou District in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 22, 2012. Hu visited grassroots urban and rural areas in Beijing on Sunday, the eve of the Spring Festival, extending greetings to the people and celebrating with them the Chinese Lunar New Year. (Xinhua)

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endi at 2012-01-23120.166.30.*
China is very lucky to have a very good leader, full of wisdom, loved people and loved by his people as well
dave from canada at 2012-01-23184.66.11.*
It is good to see that Chinese leaders are celebrating New Year with common people who are the pillars of society. One feels there is a closeness between people. Happy New Year of the Dragon.

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