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December 23, 2014 4:00 PM

Op Images: Chinese fully embrace Christmas traditions by spending, gathering with family

Chinese don’t wage war on Christmas. At Hong Kong International Airport, a piped-in saxophone harked the herald angels. A tree appeared in the lobby of our Beijing apartment building. Trainers at the gym donned Santa hats.

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