People Celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year Across The World, See Pics
The Chinese Lunar New Year will kick off on January 28 which will usher the beginning of the year of Rooster and the beginning of spring.
A man prays at a temple to celebrate Chinese New Year in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand January 27, 2017. (Reuters)
The Chinese Lunar New Year will kick off on January 28 which will usher the beginning of the year of Rooster and the beginning of spring. One of the most important holiday in Chinese calendar, families across Asia - South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines will feast on dumplings and noodles in the hopes of ushering in good luck and prosperity for the new year.
Here are pictures that show how people prepare and celebrate the New Year:
Filipino-Chinese students with rooster hats gesture after tossing a coin in front of a Prosperity Tree display, which is believed to bring good luck and fortune, ahead of the Lunar New Year celebrations at the Lucky Chinatown mall in Binondo city, metro Manila, Philippines January 26, 2017. (Reuters)
People take pictures of roosters during a rooster beauty contest ahead of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year of Rooster, in Shunde, Guangdong province, China, January 22, 2017. Picture taken January 22, 2017. (Reuters)
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