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  • Feature: Chinese New Year parade brings festive atmosphere to Chicago

    The parade celebrating the Chinese New Year on Sunday attracted tens of thousands of people to Chinatown on the South Side of Chicago to ring in the Year of the Dragon.


  • GLOBALink | Pakistani woman spends Chinese New Year in north China

    "Our life is better and better. Our future will be better." 31-year-old Pakistan woman Saira Akhtar married a man in a village in China's Hebei. Find out what she feels about China's Spring Festival celebrations.


  • Feature: Young Namibian dancers master Chinese dragon and lion dances

    During the Chinese New Year, a group of passionate young Namibian dancers studying at the University of Namibia achieved a stunning feat by mastering the intricate art of dragon and lion dances, showcasing dedication, perseverance and cross-cultural exchange.


  • Chinese New Year celebrations held in 3 Finnish cities

    Celebrations for the Chinese Lunar New Year were held in three Finnish cities simultaneously for the first time in history, a testament to a shared commitment to promoting cultural exchange between China and Finland.


  • Feature: The Met immerses American families in Chinese New Year traditions

    Hundreds of American parents and kids enjoyed a rare glimpse of China's intangible cultural heritage -- traditional woodblock printing -- at the Year of the Dragon celebrations staged by The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Saturday.


  • Diverse celebrations held across Europe to welcome Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year, or the Spring Festival, is a week away. Still, people across Europe have felt the festive ambiance by savoring traditional Chinese cuisine and enjoying various celebratory activities.


  • Happy Chinese New Year Beach Carnival shines at New Zealand beach

    The sun shone over Mission Bay Beach in Auckland, casting a golden glow on Sunday's vibrant festive celebration of the Happy Chinese New Year Beach Carnival. The event brought together locals and visitors to usher in the Year of the Dragon with joy, color and cultural flair.


  • Chinese New Year celebrations kick off in Chicago

    Dragon dances and drum beating attracted flocks of people to a square in Chinatown on the south side of Chicago on Sunday, kicking off Chinese New Year celebrations for the Year of the Dragon.


  • Spring Festival celebrations held in Myanmar's Yangon

    The opening ceremony of the Happy Chinese New Year Bazaar, an event to celebrate the Spring Festival, was held at the China Cultural Center in Yangon on Sunday.


  • Feature: Upcoming Chinese New Year celebrated with fanfare in Nigerian capital

    A group of dragon dancers, moving in sync with the pulsating rhythm of drums, weaved their way through an excited, mammoth crowd that gathered in the Nigerian capital of Abuja on Saturday to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year.


  • Chinese tourists aboard cruise ship celebrate upcoming Spring Festival in Kenya

    As part of Chinese New Year festivities, 200 Chinese tourists aboard a luxury cruise liner that docked in the Kenyan port city of Mombasa on Saturday, visited the east African nation's scenic attractions, including sandy beaches and wildlife sanctuaries.


  • Cultural activities held in Cairo to mark Chinese New Year

    A celebration was held in the Egyptian capital Cairo on Saturday evening to mark the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 10 this year.


  • Cultural event held in Jordan to mark Chinese New Year

    A cultural event was held in the Jordanian capital Amman on Sunday to celebrate the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 10 this year.


  • China Focus: Int'l brands embrace Chinese market by tapping into "Year of the Dragon"

    As the Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, approaches, numerous international brands have tapped into Chinese zodiac culture and unveiled Year of the Dragon limited edition products to embrace the Chinese market.


  • Hungary's high-ranking official hails cooperation with China

    Hungarian Minister for National Economy Marton Nagy said here on Thursday that he expects Hungary-China cooperation to "skyrocket" in the Year of the Dragon.


  • Chinese New Year wishes from Italy's Senate President

    President of Italy's Senate Ignazio La Russa conveyed his wishes for the Chinese New Year.


  • Xinhua Headlines: Essential travel guide to Chinese New Year for foreigners

    China is embracing a tourism boom during the upcoming eight-day Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) holiday, according to data from several domestic online travel platforms.


  • Expats join celebrations for Chinese New Year in Hainan

    As the Chinese New Year approaches, nearly 100 foreigners from more than 40 countries gathered in Haikou, China, for a celebration to welcome the upcoming Spring Festival.


  • People in E. China's Shandong Zaozhuang make Laba congee to celebrate Laba Festival

    People in Shizhong District, Zaozhuang City in east China's Shandong Province are ready to make Laba congee, a kind of sticky porridge, to celebrate the Laba Festival that falls on January 18 this year.


  • GLOBALink | Chinese New Year recovery shows resilience of economy, say analysts

    A rebound in travel and consumption during the Spring Festival holiday illustrates the resilience of the Chinese economy and supports forecasts of a further recovery, analysts have said.


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