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China’s stay-at-home Lunar New Year a welcome break from tradition for many


Amy Yuan is looking forward to a quiet Lunar New Year – free from questions about her love life – thanks to the Chinese government’s call for people to avoid travelling to their hometowns for the traditional family celebration to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19.Yuan, who works in Beijing and is learning to be an illustrator, usually spends the Spring Festival in Changchun city in the northeastern province of Jilin, where relatives and former classmates pester her about when she will get a…Read More

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