The Spring Festival is the largest and most important festival in China. According to Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2011 is a Year of the Rabbit which begins on February 3, 2011 and ends on January 22, 2012.
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The year of 1.3 billion rabbits
In search of the lost Spring Festival memory
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Migrant workers starting to call cities their home
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Light moments of soldiers
Soldiers of the armed police in Huaibei, Anhui province, learn to sing Yu Opera, a major local opera in Henan province that enjoys nationwide popularity, on Monday. Professional performers were invited to coach the new soldiers during the Spring Festival holidays.
Traditional lights show in Shanghai
Visitors enjoy a traditional lights show in Yuyuan Garden in Shanghai, east China, Feb. 7, 2011. Yuyuan Garden attracted a flow record of 1.5 million person times Monday as the lights show continues since the Spring Festival on Feb. 3, 2011.
First post-Spring Festival traffic peak starts in China
The first Post-Spring Festival traffic peak has started and the railway stations all over the country have taken measures to regulate the passenger flow.