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Full moon shines over the Bird's Nest

2008-09-14 11:10:25 GMT2008-09-14 19:10:25 (Beijing Time) Xinhua English

A nearly full moon over the National Stadium or better known as the Bird's Nest in Beijing on early September 14, 2008, which is now hosting the athletic competition for the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games. Paralympians in Beijing will get a taste of China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on September 14 this year.(Photo Source: China Daily/Agencies)

A nearly full moon over the National Stadium or better known as the Bird's Nest in Beijing on early September 14, 2008, which is now hosting the athletic competition for the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games.(Photo Source: China Daily/Agencies)

A staff member of the Paralympic Village cafeteria poses with mooncakes as the Mid Autumn Day (a traditional Chinese festival featuring family reunions) falls on Sunday. (Photo Source: China Daily/Agencies)

A staff member of the Paralympic Village cafeteria presents Chinese mooncakes to the Paralympians as China's Mid-Autumn Festival falls on September 14 this year. (Photo Source: China Daily/Agencies)

A Paralympian eats a Chinese mooncake in the Paralympic Village, September 14, 2008. (Photo Source: China Daily/Agencies)

A nearly full moon over the National Stadium or better known as the Bird's Nest in Beijing on early September 14, 2008, which is now hosting the athletic competition for the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games. Paralympians in Beijing will get a taste of China's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on September 14 this year.

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