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  • Reflections from China - 1 of 12

    Reflections from China

    The 233-foot-tall Leshan Giant Buddha is a major tourist attraction in the Sichuan province. The Buddha was unharmed by the 2008 earthquake.

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    A billboard in Chengdu commemorating victims of the earthquake.

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    Despite numerous aftershocks, most of Chengdu's buildings remained intact following the massive quake.

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    People afraid to re-enter their homes after the May 12 earthquake set up tents around Chengdu.

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    Panda bears playing at the Chengdu panda research center. A larger center at Wolong remains closed due to the May 12 earthquake.

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    A dark and quiet day at the Forbidden City.

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    Traveling by tour boat, a group of American tourists views the Summer Palace outside of Beijing.

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    Visitors posing in front of the Beijing Olympics National Stadium and National Aquatics Center.

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    Readying the National Stadium, aka the Bird's Nest, for the Aug. 8 Beijing Olympics opening ceremony.

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    Only a handful of visitors at the Ming Tombs just outside of Beijing.

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    An Adidas ad for the Beijing Olympics along the Bund in Shanghai.

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    Reflections from China

    Shanghai's Taikang Lu area is bustling with galleries, fashion boutiques and cafes.

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