China holiday triggers travel rush

Millions are heading home to celebrate lunar new year, braving overcrowded trains.

    Tens of millions of migrant workers in China are heading back home to celebrate the lunar new year holiday with their families.
     
    For many, the weeklong break is their only chance to see their families each year. And nothing, not even the packed crowds and ticket shortages, could deter them from making the journey.
     
    Tony Birtley reports from Hebei province in China.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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