The world's 'largest human migration' is on: China embraces Lunar New Year travel rush as millions of people leave cities to return home
The 40-day-long Lunar New Year travel rush has kicked off in China as people head home to spend the holidays with their families.
A whopping 2.98 billion trips are expected to be made during the festive period between January 13 and February 21, reports the People's Daily Online.
Chinese New Year falls on January 28 and signals the beginning of the Year of the Rooster.
Topsy, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, 2 hours ago
Gong Xi Fa Cai
sajidjones, manchester, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
In 2016 I sat next to a very attractive Chinese girl on the metro to Shanghai Hongqiao station. I was thinking about a chat up line when she threw her head back, rolled a grolly in the back of her throat and spat on the train floor -nobody was surprised by this. Apparantley its a protest against the Japanese..........
Templarette, Australia, 13 hours ago
Peasants that eat dogs and cats and skin them alive.