People rush to catch their train at Beijing station in Beijing to return home for the Chinese lunar new year in 2012. China is increasingly becoming a nation of town and city dwellers, with more than 55 percent now living in urban areas, the government said.
People rush to catch their train at Beijing station in Beijing to return home for the Chinese lunar new year in 2012. China is increasingly becoming a nation of town and city dwellers, with more than 55 percent now living in urban areas, the government said. Andy Wong Associated Press
People rush to catch their train at Beijing station in Beijing to return home for the Chinese lunar new year in 2012. China is increasingly becoming a nation of town and city dwellers, with more than 55 percent now living in urban areas, the government said. Andy Wong Associated Press