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                                    Chongqing News

                                    Night markets in Chongqing gradually recover

                                    2020-06-02 10:03:04

                                    On May 31, a mother was selecting dresses for her daughter at Chongqing Yingxiang Old Street Night Market, Nan’an District, Chongqing.

                                    On May 31, in the Bund Square, Jiubin Road, a street singer was performing affectionately among the people consuming at the night stalls.

                                    On the evening of May 28, in Jiefangbei Snack Street, citizens picked delicious snacks while shopping. (All photographed by Zheng Yu/Vision Chongqing)

                                    CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- At present, novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been effectively controlled in China. While normalizing the epidemic prevention and control, in order to implement the “six stability” and “six guarantees”, Chongqing has taken multiple measures to actively promote the resumption of work in restaurants, bars, street snacks and resume “night economy” in an orderly manner. The consumption potential of people suppressed by the epidemic was also released. At the night market, people have recovered their familiar lives and the city is regaining vitality. (Translated by Luo Juan, Fathom Language Limited)

                                    Editor:Jiang Yiwei

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