Normal life has been carefully but undoubtedly returning to China. Wuhan, the first epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, has seen hustle and bustle of city life come back months after a citywide lockdown was staged in the fight against the COVID-19. Water parks and night market are packed with people elbow to elbow. In the port city of Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, more than 1.21 million revelers thronged the 2020 Qingdao Beer Festival, the Asian version of Oktoberfest. Number of customers in nearby markets, hotels, and restaurants returned to 92 percent of same period last year. In Beijing, 520,000 more primary school students went back to school earlier this week, marking the return of all students under the 12th grade.
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