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Chinese New Year decoration is seen  at Yuyuan Garden in downtown Shanghai January 28, 2014.

Chinese New Year decoration is seen at Yuyuan Garden in downtown Shanghai January 28, 2014. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Katharina Buchholz
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