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The Year of Monkey--Spring Festival

People at Zhengzhou hanging Lantern(20040114)

People hang big red lanterns at a community in Zhengzhou, capital of central China's Henan Province, Jan. 13, 2004 to greet coming Lunar New Year. As China will usher in the Year of Monkey on Jan. 22, people throughout the country will hold colorful activities to celebrate their own festival. (Xinhua Photo)

China new year lantern(20040114)

A worker hangs lanterns in the street of Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 13, 2004 to greet coming Lunar New Year. As China will usher in the Year of Monkey on Jan. 22, people throughout the country will hold colorful activities to celebrate their own festival. (Xinhua Photo)

China travel peak(20040114)

The hall at the West Railway Station of Beijing is full of passengers Jan. 13, 2004. The railway stations throughout China played the host to a total of 3.4 million passengers on Tuesday, the first peak day of the Spring Festival travel season which started on Jan. 7. (Xinhua Photo)

Golden monkeys popular as Spring Festival approaches (20040113)

Dian golden monkeys larks at the zoo of Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province Jan. 10, 2004. One of the endangered species native to China, Dian golden monkeys mainly live in the forest on high mountains in Yunnan Province and Tibet Autonomous Region. The Chinese Lunar New Year, the Year of Monkey is going to fall on Jan 22. (Xinhua)

Flowers for Spring Festival(20040113)

A woman buys flowers at a flower market in Nanning, capital of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Jan. 12, 2004, as traditional Chinese Spring Festival is approaching. (Xinhua)

Preparations for Spring Festival in Guangxi(20040113)

A woman buys flowers at a flower market in Nanning, capital of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Jan. 12, 2004, as traditional Chinese Spring Festival is approaching. (Xinhua)

Peak passenger flow of homebound college students (20040111)

A student rushes to a train at the Beijing West Railway Station in Beijing, China, Jan. 10, 2004. China's railway stations witnessed a peak passenger flow of homebound college students on Jan. 10. In Beijing alone, nearly half a million college students are expected to depart from the railway stations on their way home for a family reunion during the traditional Spring Festival holidays, or the Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Jan. 22 this year.

Spring Festival in Jakarta(20040111)

A three-year-old Indonesian Chinese boy plays with a Chinese traditional toy at a market in Jakarta, Indonesia, Jan. 10, 2004. Shops in Jakarta have prepared abundant goods for customers as the Spring Festival, the Chinese traditional New Year, which falls on Jan. 22 this year, according to the Chinese lunar calendar, draws near.

Spring Festival fair in Tianjin(20040111)

Consumers select lanterns in a trade fair in Tianjin, north China, Jan. 10, 2004. Abundant goods have been prepared for customers in the fair for the upcoming Spring Festival, the Chinese traditional New Year according to the Chinese lunar calendar, which falls on Jan. 22 this year.

CMC holds art performance to celebrate Spring Festival(20040110)

Central Military Commission (CMC) Chairman Jiang Zemin, Vice-Chairman Hu Jintao and other military leaders pose for a photo with performers in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 9, 2004. The CMC hosted an art performance Jan. 9 to entertain retired officers of the Beijing-based units of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, prior to the Spring Festival, China's traditional Lunar New Year, which falls on Jan. 22 this year. 
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