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  1. 2011 Spring Festival's Concert by China National Orchestra Guangdong

    The China National Orchestra Guangdong will perform this year's Spring Festival Concert with a selection of famous pieces taken from Beijing Opera, Northwestern Chinese ballads and Cantonese music.

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  3. GZ Railway Group Prepares for Spring Festival Travel Rush

    The 2011 Spring Festival travel rush will start on January 19th. To cope with the surge in the number of travelers the government has planned measures to guarantee everyone can be for the Lunar New Year's eve (Feb. 2nd).

  4. GZ Railway Group Prepares for Spring Festival Travel Rush

    The 2011 Spring Festival travel rush will start on January 19th. To cope with the surge in the number of travelers the government has planned measures to guarantee everyone can be for the Lunar New Year's eve (Feb. 2nd).

  5. 1000 Chinese to Bound for California during Spring Festival

    The California Travel & Tourism Commission recently sent a delegation to Guangzhou for a 3-day visit during the Asian Games.

  6. Traditional Cantonese Snacks for Spring Festival

    By far one of the most important holidays for the Chinese people, Spring Festival (or the Chinese Lunar New Year) falls on January 1st on the Chinese Lunar calendar.

  7. Brightest Moon in 53yrs Lit-up Yuanxiao Festival

    Yesterday was Yuanxiao Festival, the last day of the Spring Festival. Parks across Guangzhou saw a large number of visitors flock through their gates to admire the traditional lanterns and seasonal flowers.

  8. Preference for Boys Marks "Ding" Day

    In a small local village called Zhucun, "Ding" Day is celebrated every year on the 10th day of the Spring Festival (23 February this year). On that day, red lanterns hanging in the altar, an old tradition to bless all the new-born male children.

  9. Spring Festival: Asian Games' Marks Popular among GZ Residents

    Residents in Guangzhou are celebrating the Spring Festival (also known as the Lunar New Year or Chinese New Year) with special attention on the forthcoming Asian Games in November.

  10. Hainan to Curb 'Whopping Housing Price'

    As of the phenomena that the "whopping prices" for living in hotels in Hainan Province "bluff off" the tourists during the Spring Festival, the government would takes efforts to regulate the market

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