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Pic Story: Ways to Celebrate National Day Holiday


Chongqing– China’s National Day holiday from October 1 to 7 means a precious time for people across the country. In southwestern China’s Chongqing Municipality, locals and tourists find their way to enjoy the seven-day holiday.

The five-star red flag represents a typical element during the holiday.

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People take a photo with a giant five-star red flag in Chongqing. (Photo/ Zou Fei)

A child is holding a national flag and watching the suitcase miniature puppet show with her dad at a theater festival. (iChongqing/ Vivian Yan)


As seasons change, so do the flowers. Workers replace with the latest seasonal flowers in Chongqing city. (Photo/ Zou Fei)

Chongqing is rich in red tourism resources, attracting tourists all over the country.


Aerial photo of Baigongguan, a historical site in Chongqing. (Photo/ Huang Wei)

Locals go to parks for recreation.


Children have fun in a park. (Photo/ Zou Fei)

In addition, urban renewal has injected vitality into city tourism. For example, Shibanti and Baixiang Street reopened ahead of the holiday.

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Shibati, as an urban renewal project in Chongqing, attracts many visitors. (iChongqing/ Wang Xiaoyan)

At the confluence of the Yangtze River and the Jialing River, Chongqing’s beautiful view has a unique flavor as a river city, especially when the land is enveloped in a curtain of darkness.


Beautiful Chongqing city at night. (iChongqing/ Chen Yuling)


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