Tourists look at the ornament for Spring Festival at the centuries-old ...
Jan 17th, 2012
(AP) - Tourists look at the ornament for Spring Festival at the centuries-old Yuyuan Garden, one of the most popular tourist spots in town, ahead of spring festival celebrations next week in Shanghai, China on Tuesday Jan. 17, 2012. ( AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko) -
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