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BEIJING, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) -- China's daily passenger trips of railways, highways, waterways, and civil aviation reached 62.12 million during the eight-day National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival holiday, the Ministry of Transport said on Thursday.
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 (Xinhua) -- A Mid-Autumn Festival event titled "Brooklyn Autumn Moon Festival," organized by the Asian American Community Empowerment and other Chinese communities, took place on Thursday in Brooklyn of New York City.
JOHOR BARU: For many, the Mid-Autumn Festival – the second most important Chinese festival after the Lunar New Year – is a much anticipated time of reunion among family members and loved ones.
JUBA, Sept. 14 (Xinhua) -- Some 25,448 South Sudanese refugees have returned home from neighboring countries in the past eight months, the UN refugee agency said on Monday.
LOS ANGELES/PETEN, Guatemala (Reuters) - On Aug. 24, after waiting for five months in the violent Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez for a U.S. asylum hearing, Elida, a Guatemalan migrant, decided to send her disabled 12-year-old son Gustavo into the United States alone.
PETALING JAYA: Celebrating Fathers Day in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic has made many appreciate the precious time they can spend together with their loved ones with much joy and laughter.
BERLIN (Reuters) - It was still dark in Damascus as I walked down the stairs, my new life contained in a red suitcase. My mother stood next to the taxi door praying for my safety. My father was silent, certain that he would never see me again.
MIRI: Thousands are applying to the police for permission to travel across district borders throughout Sarawak ahead of the Gawai Dayak holidays that begin on June 1.
ATHENS (Reuters) - A group of 50 refugees and asylum seekers flew from Greece to Britain on Monday to reunite with relatives in a transfer that had been held up by the coronavirus lockdown.
TAHOLAH, Washington (Reuters) - Long before Europeans set foot on this rugged stretch of Pacific coastline, Francis McCrory's ancestors rowed wooden canoes to catch a bounty of salmon, enough to feed the entire Quinault tribe.