Like most Chinese festivals, food plays a big part in Chinese New Year celebrations. What isn't eaten during the seven-day Spring Festival, often ends up in the luggage of Chinese people traveling back from their hometown to the cities where they work or study.Social media users shared photos of the food they were sent home with from their Spring Festival holiday.
A man checks in with a pile of pancake and pickles made by his mother at Lukou international airport in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu province, on Feb 2, 2017. It was too big to fit in his bags . [Photo/mp.weixin.qq.com]