• CHINA. Young children during Chinese New Year in Baiyun Temple in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008
  • The exterior facade of the Saigon Central Post Office.<br />
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  • CHINA. Beijing. A young child in the muslim district of Niu Jie. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A large 'Hello Kitty' stuffed toy in the shopping district of Xinjiekou . 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. Flowers. 2008
  • A woman walks on the shore of Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
  • CHINA. Discarded incense sticks during Chinese New Year in Baiyun Temple in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008
  • The beautiful exterior of the Ho Chi Minh City Hall.<br />
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  • CHINA. Beijing. A person holding an umbrella. 2008
  • A woman cleans clothes on the banks of the Ganges River in Kolkata.<br />
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  • Flower-shaped lighting in the Jade Emperor Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City.<br />
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  • CHINA. Young children during Chinese New Year in Baiyun Temple in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008.
  • CHINA. Discarded incense sticks during Chinese New Year in Baiyun Temple in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. A bicycle chained to a fence. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A woman looks through a fence near the Olympic stadium. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A man holding a cellphone. 2008
  • A woman walks on the shore of Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
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