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Snowfall in China has broken down all records of previous years,
« on: February 05, 2016, 08:47:14 AM »
Snowfall continued for several days have jammed the routine life in China, while millions of passengers returning to their home for Chinese New Year, stuck on stations and airports.

Snowfall in China has broken down all records of previous years, while the snowfall has increased problems for millions of people returning to their homes for Chinese new year ceremonies. Aerial operation and trains schedule have been affected badly due to bad weather and snowfall, while six thousand policemen have been deployed to control the people. According to Chinese officials, at least three billion people travel in different areas of China during new year vacations.
Heavy snowfall affects routine life in China | Abb Takk News




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