For both China’s rich and the poor, it wouldn’t be Lunar New Year without the long journeys

One of the biggest annual celebrations around the world is upon us: Jan. 28 marks the start of the Lunar New Year. Also known as the spring festival, it is the most important holiday in the Chinese calendar, akin to Christmas in the West. An important time of family reunions and catching up with old …
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