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This picture taken on February 1, 2016 shows huge queues outside Guangzhou railway station in Guangzhou, in southern China's Guangdong province.  Tens of thousands of Lunar New Year travelers in China were stranded on February 2 at a station in Guangzhou, state media said, after snow and ice elsewhere disrupted the world's largest annual human migration.
This picture taken on February 1, 2016 shows huge queues outside Guangzhou railway station in Guangzhou, in southern China's Guangdong province.  Tens of thousands of Lunar New Year travelers in China were stranded on February 2 at a station in Guangzhou, state media said, after snow and ice elsewhere disrupted the world's largest annual human migration.

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Weather strands thousands of holiday travelers in China

Up to 100,000 Lunar New Year travelers were stranded in China due to weather and the massive volume. CNN's Tom Sater has the details.

Weather strands thousands of holiday travelers in China

Up to 100,000 Lunar New Year travelers were stranded in China due to weather and the massive volume. CNN's Tom Sater has the details.