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A girl selects artificial flower at a New Year fair in Zaozhuang, East China`s Shandong Province, Jan. 21, 2008. The artificial flower made of recycled plastic or silk are welcomed among rural consumers in the New Year goods market. [Xinhua]
 
Rural residents select artificial flowers at a New Year fair in Zaozhuang, east China`s Shandong Province, Jan. 21, 2008. The artificial flower made of recycled plastic or silk are welcomed among rural consumers in the New Year goods market. [Xinhua]
 
 
Rural residents select artificial flowers at a New Year fair in Zaozhuang, east China`s Shandong Province, Jan. 21, 2008. The artificial flower made of recycled plastic or silk are welcomed among rural consumers in the New Year goods market. [Xinhua]
 
 

A worker clears snow covered on flower lanterns in Xi`an, capital of Northwest China`s Shaanxi Province, Jan. 21, 2008. 40 sets of festive lanterns are being assembled along the ancient city walls for the upcoming Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 7 this year. The decoration project, starting from early January until the Spring Festival eve, dresses up the snow-covered ancient city in a festive mood. [Xinhua]

 
 

A worker assembles a festive lantern in Xi`an, capital of Northwest China`s Shaanxi Province, Jan. 21, 2008. 40 sets of festive lanterns are being assembled along the ancient city walls for the upcoming Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 7 this year. The decoration project, starting from early January until the Spring Festival eve, dresses up the snow-covered ancient city in a festive mood. [Xinhua]

 
 

Two workers carry the leaf-shaped accessories of a festive lantern in Xi`an, capital of Northwest China`s Shaanxi Province, Jan. 21, 2008. 40 sets of festive lanterns are being assembled along the ancient city walls for the upcoming Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 7 this year. The decoration project, starting from early January until the Spring Festival eve, dresses up the snow-covered ancient city in a festive mood. [Xinhua]

 
 

A worker clears snow covered on flower lanterns in Xi`an, capital of Northwest China`s Shaanxi Province, Jan. 21, 2008. 40 sets of festive lanterns are being assembled along the ancient city walls for the upcoming Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 7 this year. The decoration project, starting from early January until the Spring Festival eve, dresses up the snow-covered ancient city in a festive mood. [Xinhua]

A customer picks out flowers at a flower shop in Shanghai in this Tuesday, January 22, 2008 photo. As Spring Festival draws near flowers are a hot item in the city. [dfdaily.com]

A worker packs pots of flowers into a box for delivery in this Tuesday, January 22, 2008 photo. Over 500,000 pots of flowers of various species have already been ordered for the Spring Festival from the greenhouse. [dfdaily.com]

 

 
Date:2008-1-24 8:32:24     
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