When millions of workers didn't return to their southern China factory jobs after Lunar New Year holidays, a turning point was reached for foreign manufacturers scraping by with slim profit margins.Full story
Amid cries of animal abuse and cruelty, Chinese state TV has cancelled a magician’s encore performance of lucky Lunar New Year goldfish swimming in perfect synchronization. TODAY’s Ann Curry has more details.
Thousands of passengers carrying their belongings walk out of a railway station as they return to work after the Lunar New Year holidays in Wuhan, central China's Hubei province on Feb. 9. The Lunar New Year holiday is the most important annual celebration in China, when the nation largely shuts dow
TOPSHOTSThis photo taken on February 9, 2011 shows thousands of passengers carrying their belongings walking out of a railway station as they return to work after the Lunar New Year holidays in Wuhan, central China's Hubei province. The Lunar New Year holiday is the most important annual celebrati
A child dressed in a traditional Chinese costume stands in front of lanterns at a temple fair to celebrate the Lunar New Year in Beijing February 3, 2011. The Lunar New Year began on February 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Grace Liang (CHINA
This picture taken on January 30, 2011 shows a Chinese woman poses with a rabbit ice sculpture on display at an ice and snow festival for the upcoming Lunar New Year celebrations in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang province. In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous a