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February 17, 1980 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1980-02-17

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A eisurely
in China
focus on the political and economic aspects of the
Republic of China has long kept Chinese lifestyle
cret from the West. Public parks in China are one
rters of leisure.
nis, racquetball, and other predominantly Western
ve not become popular in China. More common are
hrough nature areas, or just strolling through parks
.ational areas.
weekends, many people can be seen filtering into
e Bei Hai in Peking (pictured here). The lakes fill
ers, the walks abound with lovers looking for a spot
,:and little children scampem to beat their friends to
Photos and Story by
Cyrena Chang

The Michigan Daily-Sunday, February 17, 1980-Page Seven

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