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9 Amazing Photos That Show Just How Crowded China Can Get

Over 1.3 billion people – about 18% of all people in the world – live in China and it’s no surprise that the country can get quite crowded with so many people living there. The country has tried to slow down its population growth in the past with its one-child policy, though it still remains the world’s most populated country. If you want to see for yourself just how crowded it can get in China, check out these 9 photos.

  1. Students are driven off in buses to sit important exams as friends and family crowd the streets to wish them good luck

via Businessinsider.com.au
via Businessinsider.com.au

2. Chinese New Year is always hugely popular, as you can see here

via Crccasia.com
via Crccasia.com

3. These many thousands of New Year revellers were stranded in a train station due to snow

vis Citylab.com
vis Citylab.com

4. Keen tourists queue up to buy train tickets, not put off by the crowds and queues

via Northcountrypublicradio.org
via Northcountrypublicradio.org

5. A seriously packed train station…let’s just hope there were no delays

via Juliayeager.wordpress.com
via Juliayeager.wordpress.com

6. This job fair in Beijing attracted thousands upon thousands of jobseekers

via News.com.au
via News.com.au

7. A beach so crowded you’d easily get lost

via Oceanpress.info
via Oceanpress.info

8. A huge surge of tourists on the Great Wall

via Businessinsider.com
via Businessinsider.com

9. A swimming pool with absolutely no room at all for swimming

via Tywkiwdbi.blogspot.com
via Tywkiwdbi.blogspot.com
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