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June 8, 2010
Daily life in China
Here is a look at daily life in China through the viewfinders of photographers from the Associated Press. (26 images)

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A Chinese child reacts while playing between sculptures outside a museum in Beijing, China, Wednesday, May 26, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen


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A woman walks past cast iron sculptures of wolves by Chinese artiste Liu Ruowang entitled "Wolf Coming" at a art district in Beijing, China, Tuesday, May 25, 2010. AP / Ng Han Guan



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A girl runs past fountain flows outside a shopping mall in Beijing Monday, May 24, 2010. AP / Alexander F. Yuan



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A Chinese bride waits her groom, right, to get his hair done during a photoshoot by a photographer, unseen, at Beijing World Park Monday, May 24, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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Performers from Brazil share a light moment before performing for visitors to a manmade beach at a park in Beijing, China, Sunday, June 6, 2010. AP / Ng Han Guan



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Chinese visitors watch performances at a manmade beach build at a park in Beijing, China, Sunday, June 6, 2010. AP / Ng Han Guan



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A Chinese woman gestures while sitting on an elephant's trunk to attract customers to have their picture taken with the elephant at Beijing World Park Monday, May 24, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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Chinese police officers stand guard while tourists, right, rest at the Great Wall of China in north of Beijing, Monday, June 7, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese woman adjusts her hat while walking along part of the Great Wall of China in north of Beijing, Monday, June 7, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A man rests on his trishaw while waiting for customers at a hutong alley near the drum tower, a tourist spot in Beijing, China, Wednesday, May 26, 2010. AP / Andy Wong



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A Chinese woman fixes a puncture on a customer's bicycle in a hutong, or a traditional alleyway of Beijing, China, Monday, May 31, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A woman cares for a child on a street in Beijing, China, Monday, June 7, 2010. AP / Ng Han Guan



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Elderly Chinese women talk while sitting in a hutong, or a traditional alleyway, in Beijing, China, Wednesday, May 26, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese man reacts while getting a haircut from a street barber in a hutong, or a traditional alleyway in Beijing, China, Wednesday, May 26, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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Chinese children play in an alley in a neighborhood of Beijing, China, Sunday, May 23, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese boy, second right, imitates a body builder while playing with others in a hutong, or a traditional alleyway, in Beijing, China, Friday, May 21, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese boy sits in front of his house in a hutong, or a traditional alleyway, in Beijing, China, Friday, May 21, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese woman bathes her daughter at the entrance of her house in a hutong, or a traditional alleyway of Beijing, China, Wednesday, June 2, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese boy, center, fixes his toy, while his mother is reflected in a mirror, outside their house in a hutong, or a traditional alleyway of Beijing, China, Monday, May 31, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese woman and man look through postings for job seekers and apartment rentals on the streets of Beijing, China, Friday, May 21, 2010. AP / Ng Han Guan



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A child wearing an ethnic minority cap begs with a blind musician on the streets of Beijing, China, Friday, May 21, 2010. AP / Ng Han Guan



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A Chinese roadside vendor sleeps beside his watermelons while waiting for customers on the outskirts of Beijing Thursday, May 27, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese man, and his daughter, center, work in their restaurant, while children look on from an alley in a neighborhood in Beijing, China, Sunday, May 23, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese man, center, prepares food for a customer, left, in Beijing Monday night, May 24, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A Chinese boy, reaches the light, as he stands on a snooker table while playing in a hutong or a traditional alleyway of Beijing, China, Saturday, June 5, 2010. AP / Muhammed Muheisen



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A man walks in the Chinese side of riverbank with the China-North Korea Friendship bridge, which leads to the Noth Korea, in the background in Dandong in northeastern China's Liaoning province, China, Sunday, May 30, 2010. AP / Ng Han Guan



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