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A glimpse of residents' daily life in China's Sansha city

People's Daily Online)  08:12, July 16, 2013  

Li Daning is the only worker in Sansha experiment stations of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He logs the daily expenses carefully although he is the only one in the experiment stations. (Xinhua/Yu Tao)

Edited and translated by Wang Lili, People's Daily Online

Sansha is a prefecture of the People's Republic of China's Hainan province which administers several island groups and undersea atolls in the South China Sea. It's the youngest and southernmost Chinese city which oversees the island groups and territorial waters in the South China Sea. The prefecture-level city has a whole new look as massive construction projects have been going on since it was established on July 24, 2012.

What does Sansha look like and how is life there? The following photos show the daily life of people who live and work in Sansha city.

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(Editor:WangLili、Yao Chun)


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