Tuesday, 16th, 2019 | 4:31PM Updated

As lifestyles shift and attitudes change, celebrating the Spring Festival in China has also taken new turns, with technological advancements taking centerstage.
Spring Festival in Contemporary Times: How China’s Most Important Holiday Has Changed with the Times

Mainland travelers made 6.15 million overseas trips during this year's Chinese New Year holidays.
Chinese New Year Mainland Travelers Record Staggering 6.15 Million Overseas Trips

Japan is the second most-visited country by Chinese tourists for this year's Chinese New Year holiday.
Chinese New Year: Japan Remains Popular Overseas Choice by Mainland Travelers

Facilities for pet care in China have spiked in popularity in time for the Lunar New Year.
‘Pet Hotels’ in Demand Among Chinese Pet Owners

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The man, who biked his way home and got lost, gets a free ticket, thanks to a policeman and tollbooth workers.
Man Who Got Lost After Biking for One Month for Spring Festival Gets Free Ticket Home

China's annual Chinese New Year celebrations have seen the largest waves of human migration in history, with this year's diaspora set to generate a staggering 2.98 billion trips.
Chinese New Year 2017: Facts About the Annual Spring Festival Mega-Migration

Statistics show that up to 356 million trips are expected to be made via rail this Chinese Lunar New Year.
Beijing South Railway Station Upgrades Services for Disabled Passengers

Travel innovations seek to provide commuters with more convenience as they travel during China's Spring Festival rush.
China Spring Festival 2017: New Tech Set to Ease Travel Rush Ahead of Chunyun

Tourists queue to enter the Palace Museum during the National Day holiday in Beijing, China, Oct. 2, 2016.
Palace Museum Tickets Sold Out in Two Hours on the Second Day of National Holiday

People take pictures of themselves in Tian'anmen Square as they celebrate the National Day marking the 67th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, in Beijing on Oct. 1, 2016.
New China, New Era: Selfies Mark National Day

A woman looks at Chinese Lunar New Year decorations.
Suning Tesco Hires Foreign Students for Lunar New Year Deliveries

There’s much less stress as travelers can now purchase tickets through phone apps, enjoy Starbucks coffee on board, and travel in comfort thanks to China’s new high-speed trains.
Safe and Easy Travels for This Year's Spring Festival Rush

Many migrant workers prefer to use motorcycles as their mode of transport when they go home to their families in the provinces for the Chinese New Year.
Sinopec to Offer Free Refueling Service for Migrant Workers During Chunyun

Tens of millions of people travel back to their hometowns during the Chinese New Year for family reunions.
Didi Kuaidi Proposes New Alternative to People Traveling Home for Chinese New Year

Passengers at Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan during Spring Festival.
Spring Festival Rush Reminds China That Out of Sight Is Not Same as Out of Mind

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