Thu, August 06, 2009
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Souvenirs in Forbidden City

2009-08-06 12:52:00 GMT2009-08-06 20:52:00 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Photo taken on Aug. 6, 2009 shows the Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone in the Imperial Palace (Forbidden City) in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 6, 2009. The Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone located in the northern part of the Imperial Palace opened on Thursday where customers could buy varied souvenirs like silk, porcelain, lacquer work and etc. (Xinhua)

A Customer(L) buys a souvenir at the Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone in the Imperial Palace (Forbidden City) in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 6, 2009. The Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone located in the northern part of the Imperial Palace opened on Thursday where customers could buy varied souvenirs like silk, porcelain, lacquer work and etc. (Xinhua)

Salesmen are seen at the Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone in the Imperial Palace (Forbidden City) in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 6, 2009. The Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone located in the northern part of the Imperial Palace opened on Thursday where customers could buy varied souvenirs like silk, porcelain, lacquer work and etc. (Xinhua)

Customers buy souvenirs at the Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone in the Imperial Palace (Forbidden City) in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 6, 2009. The Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone located in the northern part of the Imperial Palace opened on Thursday where customers could buy varied souvenirs like silk, porcelain, lacquer work and etc. (Xinhua)

Salesmen are seen at the Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone in the Imperial Palace (Forbidden City) in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 6, 2009. The Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone located in the northern part of the Imperial Palace opened on Thursday where customers could buy varied souvenirs like silk, porcelain, lacquer work and etc. (Xinhua)

The Dongchangfang Customer Service Zone located in the northern part of the Imperial Palace opened on Thursday where customers could buy varied souvenirs like silk, porcelain, lacquer work and etc.

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