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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Nanjing railway station in Nanjing city, east China's Jiangsu province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Nanjing railway station in Nanjing city, east China's Jiangsu province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Nanjing railway station in Nanjing city, east China's Jiangsu province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Nanjing railway station in Nanjing city, east China's Jiangsu province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Shanghai Hongqiao railway station in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Nanjing railway station in Nanjing city, east China's Jiangsu province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Shanghai Hongqiao railway station in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Shanghai Hongqiao railway station in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Hangzhou East railway station in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Shanghai Hongqiao railway station in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Shanghai Hongqiao railway station in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Shanghai Hongqiao railway station in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Chinese passengers who are back from the Qingming Festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday are pictured at the Shanghai Hongqiao railway station in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator. The company said on its website on Thursday that it expects to handle more than 13 million passengers daily from Thursday to Sunday, a 7.1 percent increase over last year's holiday. It added additional runs to meet the surge. China Railway's Beijing branch plans to add 170 runs during the four-day period on popular routes, including those linking Beijing with Shanghai and Guangzhou. It estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 4.8 million trips from Thursday to Sunday on lines run by the branch. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Yu Garden or Yuyuan Garden during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Yu Garden or Yuyuan Garden during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Yu Garden or Yuyuan Garden during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Shanghai, China, 7 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway to get back to the city after the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 7 April 2019. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Longmen Grottoes (Dragon Gate Grottoes or Longmen Caves) during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Thousand Buddha Mountain during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Ji'nan city, east China's Shandong province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Thousand Buddha Mountain during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Ji'nan city, east China's Shandong province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Thousand Buddha Mountain during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Ji'nan city, east China's Shandong province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists queue up to visit the Hongyadong settled house complex during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Chongqing, China, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Thousand Buddha Mountain during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Ji'nan city, east China's Shandong province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists queue up to visit the Hongyadong settled house complex during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Chongqing, China, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit an ancient town during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit an ancient town during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit an ancient town during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit an ancient town during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Slender West Lake Scenic Spot during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Yangzhou city, east China's Jiangsu province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Slender West Lake Scenic Spot during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Yangzhou city, east China's Jiangsu province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Longmen Grottoes (Dragon Gate Grottoes or Longmen Caves) during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Longmen Grottoes (Dragon Gate Grottoes or Longmen Caves) during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Longmen Grottoes (Dragon Gate Grottoes or Longmen Caves) during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Longmen Grottoes (Dragon Gate Grottoes or Longmen Caves) during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Longmen Grottoes (Dragon Gate Grottoes or Longmen Caves) during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Longmen Grottoes (Dragon Gate Grottoes or Longmen Caves) during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Luoyang city, central China's Henan province, 6 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the West Lake scenic spot during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 5 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the West Lake scenic spot during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 5 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the West Lake scenic spot during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 5 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the West Lake scenic spot during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 5 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the West Lake scenic spot during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, 5 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 5 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 5 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Tourists visit the Tian'anmen Square during the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Beijing, China, 5 April 2019. China saw 112 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, up 10.9 percent from last year's holiday, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The tourism revenue reached 47.9 billion yuan (about 7.1 billion US dollars) during the holiday which lasts from Friday to Sunday, up 13.7 percent, according to the ministry. While tourists still favor sites of natural scenes, an increasing number of people chose to visit history museums, martyrs' memorial halls and memorial sites of revolution during the holiday, the ministry said in a report, adding that the online ticket sales at such spots across the country saw a year-on-year increase of 55.2 percent. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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Masses of vehicles move slowly on an expressway on the first day of the Qingming festival, or the Tomb-sweeping Day holiday in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi province, 5 April 2019. The number of traffic accidents across China saw a 25.2-percent decrease year on year during the three-day tomb-sweeping holiday, the Ministry of Public Security said Sunday. The death toll from the accidents was down 48.3 percent from the same period last year, a statement from the ministry said, attributing the decrease partly to increased efforts of police in traffic control and road patrols. (Imaginechina via AP Images)