Spring Festival


Welcome God of Fortune

Residents at watertown Zhouzhuang in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, paddle through waterways with mascots and red lanterns on boat to welcome God of Fortune today, the fifth day of the first month on lunar calendar. People also set off fireworks in the attempt to get the attention of the God of Fortune, thus ensuring his favor and good fortune for the whole new year....

February 23, 2015, Monday

Travel rush reaches peak before Spring Festival

A staff member directs passengers to enter the Shanghai Railway Station in Shanghai today. A travel rush came to its peak as passengers were hurry for home reunion during the Spring Festival or Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on February 19 this year....

February 16, 2015, Monday

City attractions offer big selection of festival activities

Tourist attractions across the city will host a number of activities during the upcoming Spring Festival with the city's tourism authorities reminding tourists to keep good order and avoid pushing and ...

Hu Min | February 15, 2015, Sunday

Temples cancel traditional activities

THE Longhua Temple in Xuhui District will cancel its traditional activities to welcome the God of Wealth on the fourth night of the first lunar month due to safety concerns, the district’s government ...

Hu Min | February 10, 2015, Tuesday

People shopping for Spring Festival in NW China's Ningxia

A citizen shows an ornament bought at a shopping mall in Yinchuan, capital of northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, February 2, 2015. As the Spring Festival approaches, goods like couplets, lanterns and other ornaments for the festival become "hot sellers". --Xinhua...

February 2, 2015, Monday

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