Retail sales in China have jumped by 15 percent year-on-year during the week-long Lunar New Year festival as demand surged for jewellery, clothes and food.
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Hundreds of millions of people watched the magic trick on January 30, the eve of the Lunar New Year festival on the China Central Television network (CCTV).
12 Jan -- Chinese officials have unveiled plans to carry out more inspections of food additive facilities, supermarkets and restaurants in a host of provinces leading up the major Lunar New Year festival.
The two sides exchanged landmark non-stop charter flights for the first time in more than 50 years during the Lunar New Year Festival of January and February 2005.
The boy purchased a ticket from the airline for travel to the southwestern city of Kunming during January's Lunar New Year festival, and was charged the full price.
Chinese New Year 2013 In Los Angeles Los Angeles' Chinatown typically draws more than 125,000 people for its 15-day Lunar New Year Festival.