Fri, April 02, 2010
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Memorial activities start ahead of Qingming festival

2010-04-02 10:55:32 GMT2010-04-02 18:55:32 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Citizens gather at a martyr mausoleum to attend a memorial ceremony in Changsha, capital of central-south China's Hunan Province, April 2, 2010, ahead of the Tomb Sweeping day, Qingming festival which falls on April 5. (Xinhua/Xie Ying)

Children from a kindergarden gather at a martyr cemetery to attend a memorial ceremony in Changsha, capital of central-south China's Hunan Province, April 2, 2010, ahead of the Tomb Sweeping day, Qingming festival which falls on April 5. (Xinhua/Xie Ying)

Children come to a statue of Deng Xiaoping for a memorial ceremony in Shenzhen, south China, April 2, 2010, ahead of the Tomb Sweeping day, Qingming festival, which falls on April 5. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

Children come to a statue of Deng Xiaoping for a memorial ceremony in Shenzhen, south China, April 2, 2010, ahead of the Tomb Sweeping day, Qingming festival, which falls on April 5. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

People come to a statue of Deng Xiaoping for a memorial ceremony in Shenzhen, south China, April 2, 2010, ahead of the Tomb Sweeping day, Qingming festival, which falls on April 5. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

Citizens attend a memorial ceremonies in China, ahead of the Tomb Sweeping day, Qingming festival which falls on April 5.

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