Chinese Lunar New Year holiday

Chinese villagers perform a dragon dance along the village main street in Zhaiyinggu, southwest China’s Guizhou province on February 5, 2012. China said retail sales surged 16.2 percent year on year to 470 billion yuan (74 billion USD) during the week-long Lunar New Year holiday, as consumers splashed out on food, wine and clothes, while hundreds of millions of people journey across the country during the holiday to celebrate with their families and consumer spending typically soars during the period.

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