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NASDAQ opening bell hails Chinese New Year

01-21-2012 08:24 BJT Special Report:2012 Spring Festival |

Chinese Ambassador Sun Guoxiang (middle R) and pianist Lang Lang ring the NASDAQ Stock
Market Opening Bell in celebration of Chinese New Year in New York January 20, 2012 in
this NASDAQ handout photo. [Photo/Agencies]

Chinese Ambassador Sun Guoxiang (middle R) and pianist Lang Lang (middle L) ring the
NASDAQ Stock Market Opening Bell in celebration of Chinese New Year in New York January
20, 2012 in this NASDAQ handout photo. [Photo/Agencies]

NASDAQ OMX Senior Vice President, Bob McCooey (L), Chinese Ambassador Sun Guoxiang and
pianist Lang Lang (R) are pictured outside the NASDAQ Stock Market before ringing the
opening bell in celebration of Chinese New Year in New York January 20, 2012 in this
NASDAQ handout photo. [Photo/Agencies]

Chinese Ambassador Guoxiang Sun (R) and pianist Lang Lang ring the NASDAQ Stock Market
Opening Bell in celebration of Chinese New Year in New York January 20, 2012 in this
NASDAQ handout photo. [Photo/Agencies]

Editor:Wang Chuhan |Source: China Daily

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