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Chinese Spring Festival celebrated all around the world (5)

(People's Daily Online)

14:34, February 18, 2013

Some students of the Confucius Institute at the University of Latvia in Riga, the capital of Latvia, learn from Chinese chefs to make dumplings at a Spring Festival party. (xinhua Photo)

Chinese Spring Festival was celebrated around the world.

The Thai city of Nakhon Sawan holds over 10 days of celebrations to mark the start of the Lunar New Year every year. There is also a century-old tradition of floats parading in the city on the third and fourth day of the first lunar month.

Pakistani performers fluent in Chinese delivered exciting performances at a Spring Festival party held by the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan.

The 2013 Chinese New Year Concert in Italy was held in an opera house on the island of Venice on the last day of the Carnival of Venice.

The Gugu Garden situated adjacent to the World Trade Organization’s Geneva headquarters was formally opened on the fourth day of the first lunar month. The Suzhou-style garden has attracted many visitors.

Read the Chinese version: 世界各地过大年Source:People's Daily Overseas Edition.

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