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Qingming Festival celebrated in Shanghai

(Xinhua)

11:41, April 04, 2012

Boats are seen in Zhu Jiajiao, a town in Shanghai, east of China, on the evening of April 2, 2012, the first day of this year's Qingming Festival, which is observed annually by the Chinese in commemoration of the deceased. Tourists from the downtown area of Shanghai as well as other parts of China came to Zhu Jiajiao for a one-day or two-day trip, as their way of celebrating the traditional Chinese festival. (Xinhua/Pan Chaoyue)
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