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In Focus: Scenes From 21st-Century China

Top: Wang Jinxiang, mother of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng, cries as she talks about her son at their home in the village of Dongshigu in Shandong Province, located 600 km (370 miles) southeast of Beijing, on June 9, 2012.

Bottom: A child plays between two cartoon military statues on display outside a shopping mall in Beijing, on June 14, 2012.

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