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                People mark festival with 'eight treasure porridge'(1/4)

                2020-01-02 10:50:55 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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                Children dressed like mice enjoy Laba congee at Xuanzang Temple in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province, Jan 2, 2020. The Laba Festival, literally the eighth day of the 12th lunar month, is considered a prelude to the Spring Festival, or Chinese Lunar New Year. The coming Chinese New Year is the Year of the Rat. (Photo: China News Service/ Yang Bo)

                Children dressed like mice enjoy Laba congee at Xuanzang Temple in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province, Jan 2, 2020. The Laba Festival, literally the eighth day of the 12th lunar month, is considered a prelude to the Spring Festival, or Chinese Lunar New Year. The coming Chinese New Year is the Year of the Rat. (Photo: China News Service/ Yang Bo)

                Children dressed like mice enjoy Laba congee at Xuanzang Temple in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province, Jan 2, 2020. The Laba Festival, literally the eighth day of the 12th lunar month, is considered a prelude to the Spring Festival, or Chinese Lunar New Year. The coming Chinese New Year is the Year of the Rat. (Photo: China News Service/ Yang Bo)

                The Laba Festival, literally the eighth day of the 12th lunar month, is considered a prelude to the Spring Festival, or Chinese Lunar New Year. The coming Chinese New Year is the Year of the Rat. (Photo: China News Service/ Yang Bo)

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