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Chinese people begin heading back to work after Lunar New Year holiday

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Shanghai, Feb 17 (EFE/EPA).- Chinese people who went back to their hometown for Lunar New Year began arriving Wednesday in Shanghai, one day before the first working day begins in China. The Lantern Festival on Feb. 26 will mark the end of Spring Festival in the Asian country. (Camera: ALEXANDER PLAVEVSKI).SHOT LIST: CHINESE PEOPLE RETURN FROM THEIR HOMETOWNS AT RAILWAY STATION HALL IN SHANGHAI, CHINA.

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