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The Flying Dragon performance is a highlight of the 2020 Chingay Parade. The Chingay Parade is one of the main events organized to celebrate Chinese New Year in Singapore. It represents one of the largest street parade performances in Asia. [Photo by Wong ChekPoh]


Members of a martial arts school perform a dragon dance in a market during the celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year in the Chinatown of the city of Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, Jan 25, 2020. [Photo by Martín Zabala]


Give me five! Photo taken in Lisbon, Portugal, Feb 11, 2018. [Photo by Liu Xiaolan]


The Sydney Opera House goes “China Red” for the Chinese New Year, Sydney, Australia, January 2017. [Photo by Zeng Hanchao]


Russians take part in yangko dancing together with Chinese in February 2018 in Moscow, Russia. [Photo by Wu Zhuang]


Cheerful children watch a lion dance performance at the Batur Temple Bali in Indonesia. [Photo by Tjandra Hutama Kurniawan]


A time-honored brand successor shows his skills in sugar-figure blowing at the temple fair on Feb 20, 2018. [Photo by He Jun]


During Spring Festival, residents in Zhejiang province enjoy a local opera performance. [Photo by He Yixun]


Fireworks light up the sky of the old village on the day of the Lantern Festival on March 5, 2015, in Shandong province. [Photo by Ji Tiansheng]
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