Christmas in China: Spring Festival
The Spring Festival is the most important festival for the Chinese people and is when all family members get together, just like Christmas in the West. All people living away from home go back, becoming the busiest time for transportation systems of about half a month from the Spring Festival. Airports, railway stations and long-distance bus stations are crowded with home returnees.
The Spring Festival falls on the 1st day of the 1st lunar month, often one month later than the Gregorian calendar. It originated in the Shang Dynasty (c. 1600 BC-c. 1100 BC) from the people's sacrifice to gods and ancestors at the end of an old year and the beginning of a new one.
Top 11 economic data of China in 2014
In 2014, China, the second-largest economy in the world, despite the economic slowdown, made great progress in structure reform and stable growth.
With the economy performing within the reasonable range and the speed of growth no longer taken as the sole yardstick, the Chinese economy has entered a state of new normal. 

Yearender: Top 10 key words of Beijing in 2014
Top 10 Chinese brands of 2015
The combined value of Chinese corporate brands rose significantly last year, with the brand values of private enterprises more than doubling, according to a recent survey.
Market-driven brands account for 47 percent of the total value of the BrandZ China Top 100, a list compiled by global communications group WPP and brand agency Millward Brown, up from 29 percent a year ago.

China to focus on 9 reform areas in 2015

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