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Tourists enjoy Mid-Autumn Festival holidays in China

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Beijing, Sep 20 (EFE/EPA).- Chinese tourists enjoyed Monday their three-day holidays of Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, the second-most important holiday after Chinese New Year.The festival, which is held annually on the 15th day of the eighth Chinese calendar month, will fall on Sep. 21 this year. During the festival, people usually light lantern, make and share moon cake and hold a family gathering. (Camera: WU HONG).SHOT LIST: TOURISTS VISIT HUTONG OF NANLUOGUXIANG DURING THE HOLIDAYS OF CHINESE MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL IN BEIJING, CHINA.

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