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Stories on the way home

01-28-2014 05:37 BJT Special Report: 2014 Spring Festival |

Three days to go till Spring Festival eve and passenger flows will be hitting a peak this week. Getting home, surrounded by millions of people, is no easy task.

Bringing gifts for relatives - a crucial part of the journey home.

53-year-old Xu Hu makes a living collecting scrap in Beijing. This year, his gifts for his friends in Henan Province are rather unusual.But the railway police don’t think it’s such a good idea.

Every transport hub is over-crowded, a problem for those carrying a lot of luggage.It’s easy to lose something,especially money. But some people are just lucky.

However hard it is, people keep trying their best to make it -- knowing that the best time of the year awaits, at journey’s end.

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