Very few passengers wait to board trains at a station in southwest China’s Guizhou province on Thursday as the world’s largest annual human migration begins with considerably fewer trips expected. Photo: Xinhua Very few passengers wait to board trains at a station in southwest China’s Guizhou province on Thursday as the world’s largest annual human migration begins with considerably fewer trips expected. Photo: Xinhua
Very few passengers wait to board trains at a station in southwest China’s Guizhou province on Thursday as the world’s largest annual human migration begins with considerably fewer trips expected. Photo: Xinhua
Lunar New Year

China’s service sector recovery takes another hit as new coronavirus outbreaks cast pall over Lunar New Year consumption, travel

  • Ministry of Transport now projects that trips made during holiday period will hit a three-decade low, as it revises down its travel estimates by a third from a week earlier
  • Chinese plans for Spring Festival are expected to be subdued, as it will take extra effort for people to travel in the coming weeks

Topic |   Lunar New Year
Very few passengers wait to board trains at a station in southwest China’s Guizhou province on Thursday as the world’s largest annual human migration begins with considerably fewer trips expected. Photo: Xinhua Very few passengers wait to board trains at a station in southwest China’s Guizhou province on Thursday as the world’s largest annual human migration begins with considerably fewer trips expected. Photo: Xinhua
Very few passengers wait to board trains at a station in southwest China’s Guizhou province on Thursday as the world’s largest annual human migration begins with considerably fewer trips expected. Photo: Xinhua
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