23 Feb 2018


Transportation hubs around China were flooded with passengers as the official public holiday period for Spring Festival came to an end this week.

Up to 11.8 million passenger trips were expected to be made on China's railway network on Wednesday alone as travelers gradually returned to major cities to go back to work. That represents a 7.6 percent increase from 2017.

Here are some photos from jam packed train stations, roads and other major transport routes taken around the Middle Kingdom yesterday and today.

Haikou, Hainan

Foggy weather during the holiday temporarily led to suspended ferry services, resulting in a traffic jam of epic proportions at Xiuying Port in Haikou, Hainan Province. More than 100,000 passengers en route to Xuwen, Guangdong Province were stranded at the port due to the traffic jam.







Guangzhou, Guangdong

Passengers crowded Guangzhou South Railway Station.




Shenzhen, Guangdong

Over 3.1 million people vacated Shenzhen for the holiday. As Spring Festival came to an end, nearly 300,000 passengers arrived to Shenzhen North Station on Tuesday alone.




Heavy congestion was spotted at Hongqiao Railway Station as travelers transfered to the Metro to go back into the city.







Wuhan, Hubei




Changzhou, Jiangsu



Jiujiang, Jiangxi



Hengyang, Hunan



Lianyungang, Jiangsu



Nanchang, Jiangxi




Shenyang, Liaoning



Yuncheng, Shanxi


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2018/02/26 18:26
Great Blog, i am constantly reading this.Henry is doing very well at school, always is the top of the classLovely to see what you get up to in China.Have seen a great video about you on a USB about your company and this blog, very inspiring!Hope you are wellLeyton
2018/02/26 01:58
to reduce such inconvenience Provinces should have holidays on different times, so it is in many countries such as Germany etc
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