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In this file photo issued on July 6, 1963, girls play Chinese jump rope in east China's Shanghai. As China celebrates the International Children's Day, there arises the occasion for grown-ups to think back over the joys of childhood. With the evolution of technology and lifestyle, children are exposed to a wider range of entertainment. Nevertheless, joy would remain a childhood motif no matter how its forms change with time.

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In this file photo issued on March 8, 1975, parents buy toys for their children at a shop in east China's Shanghai. As China celebrates the International Children's Day, there arises the occasion for grown-ups to think back over the joys of childhood. With the evolution of technology and lifestyle, children are exposed to a wider range of entertainment. Nevertheless, joy would remain a childhood motif no matter how its forms change with time.

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In this file photo taken in 1983, children play a bag toss game at a public park in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province. As China celebrates the International Children's Day, there arises the occasion for grown-ups to think back over the joys of childhood. With the evolution of technology and lifestyle, children are exposed to a wider range of entertainment. Nevertheless, joy would remain a childhood motif no matter how its forms change with time.

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In this file photo taken in 1983, children play a bag toss game at a public park in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province. As China celebrates the International Children's Day, there arises the occasion for grown-ups to think back over the joys of childhood. With the evolution of technology and lifestyle, children are exposed to a wider range of entertainment. Nevertheless, joy would remain a childhood motif no matter how its forms change with time.

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In this file photo issued on July 27, 1985, a boy tries a gaming console during a toy fair in Fuzhou, southeast China's Fujian Province. As China celebrates the International Children's Day, there arises the occasion for grown-ups to think back over the joys of childhood. With the evolution of technology and lifestyle, children are exposed to a wider range of entertainment. Nevertheless, joy would remain a childhood motif no matter how its forms change with time.

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In this file photo issued on Feb. 10, 1990, children play a ball game at a boarding school in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. As China celebrates the International Children's Day, there arises the occasion for grown-ups to think back over the joys of childhood. With the evolution of technology and lifestyle, children are exposed to a wider range of entertainment. Nevertheless, joy would remain a childhood motif no matter how its forms change with time.

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In this file photo issued on August 1, 1994, two boys practise skateboard in a square in Beijing, capital of China. As China celebrates the International Children's Day, there arises the occasion for grown-ups to think back over the joys of childhood. With the evolution of technology and lifestyle, children are exposed to a wider range of entertainment. Nevertheless, joy would remain a childhood motif no matter how its forms change with time.

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