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SARS CHINA HOLIDAY
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May 01, 2004 
THRONGS OF TOURISTS HEAD TOWARD THE TIANANMEN GATE ON THE NORTHERN EDGE OF BEIJING'S TIANANMEN SQUARE... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
THRONGS OF TOURISTS HEAD TOWARD THE TIANANMEN GATE ON THE NORTHERN EDGE OF BEIJING'S TIANANMEN SQUARE... 
THRONGS OF TOURISTS HEAD TOWARD THE TIANANMEN GATE ON THE NORTHERN EDGE OF BEIJING'S TIANANMEN SQUARE ON MAY DAY. Throngs of tourists head toward the Tiananmen Gate on the northern edge of Beijing's Tiananmen Square on May 1, 2004, at the start of a week-long China's national holiday. More than 90 million tourists are expected to travel over the holiday, pouring 35 billion yuan ($4.23 billion) into tourism-related industries, despite a mini-outbreak of SARS that has killed one person and infected at least four others. REUTERS/Wilson Chu 
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