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A woman burns incense sticks next to a performer wearing a lion dance costume (L) during the Lunar New Year celebrations in Shanghai on February 15, 2010.  The Spring Festival, or Lunar New Year, celebrated on February 14 this year, is China's most important holiday, reuniting families around the vast nation of 1.3 billion and triggering an exodus believed to be the world's largest annual human migration. AFP PHOTO/PHILIPPE LOPEZ (Photo credit should read PHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman burns incense sticks next to a performer wearing a lion dance costume (L) during the Lunar New Year celebrations in Shanghai on February 15, 2010.  The Spring Festival, or Lunar New Year, celebrated on February 14 this year, is China's most important holiday, reuniting families around the vast nation of 1.3 billion and triggering an exodus believed to be the world's largest annual human migration. AFP PHOTO/PHILIPPE LOPEZ (Photo credit should read PHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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