A shopfront decorated with images of Santa Claus in Zhangjiakou in northern China’s Hebei province on December 22, 2018. Some Chinese authorities banned festive decorations and discount sales for Christmas, citing the need to maintain “stability”. Photo: AP
A shopfront decorated with images of Santa Claus in Zhangjiakou in northern China’s Hebei province on December 22, 2018. Some Chinese authorities banned festive decorations and discount sales for Christmas, citing the need to maintain “stability”. Photo: AP
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Letters | Why China offices need to take a Christmas holiday

    Topic |   Christmas
    A shopfront decorated with images of Santa Claus in Zhangjiakou in northern China’s Hebei province on December 22, 2018. Some Chinese authorities banned festive decorations and discount sales for Christmas, citing the need to maintain “stability”. Photo: AP
    A shopfront decorated with images of Santa Claus in Zhangjiakou in northern China’s Hebei province on December 22, 2018. Some Chinese authorities banned festive decorations and discount sales for Christmas, citing the need to maintain “stability”. Photo: AP
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