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Happy Chinese New Year

Temple Fairs Held in Beijing(20020211)

Visitors pass by a statue of horse bearing fortune on its back as they attend a temple fair at Beijing's Ditan Park, 10 February 2002. The Chinese is to celebrate the Year of the Horse 12 February and many people in Beijing will enjoy their holiday at various temple fairs, where folk lore performances, festival souvenirs and delicious snacks are available.

Greeting Festival in China Town of NY (20020211)

Mike Oates(L) leads a dragon dance performance duirng the grand celebration by residents living in the China Town of New York to greet the upcoming Chinese Lunnar New Year on Feb. 9, 2002.

Greeting Festival in China Town of NY (20020211)

A huge balloon bull displayed by the Taiwanese Association of America joins the grand celebration by residents living in the China Town of New York to greet the upcoming Chinese Lunnar New Year on Feb. 9, 2002.

Chinese Lunar New Year Celebrations(20020211)

A huge Chinese knot is shown as the main decoration to greet the coming Lunar New Year at a department store in Harbin, the capital city of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, February 10, 2002. According to Chinese lunar calendar, the Year of Horse will start on February 12th.

Yokohama China Street(20020210)

Picture dated 9th of February shows the entrance of the crowded China Street in Yokohama of Japan. The Spring Festival, or Chinese Lunar New Year, will launch on Feb. 12, 2002.

Malaysian Chinese Welcome Festival(20020209)

Malaysian Chinese toss and mix the Malaysia biggest "Yee Sang" or Raw Fish Salad with their chopsticks high in the air in conjunction with the up-coming Chinese New Year celebration in Kuala Lumpur Thursday, Feb. 7, 2002. Yee Sang is made from thin slices of raw fish, shredded vegetables, herbs, spices and oil and is a traditional dish The Lunar New Year. In Malaysian Chinese cultural, Yee Sang is believed to bring good fortune and wealth in the upcoming year to those who toss and mix it while shouting"Low Hei," which symbolizes liveliness, prosperity and longevity.

Performances Staged to Herald Chinese Lunar New Year (20020208)

Among those watching the performances were senior Chinese leaders, including Jiang Zemin, Li Peng, Zhu Rongji, Li Ruihuan, Hu Jintao, Wei Jianxing, Li Lanqing and top military officers.  

Kumquat Greet Spring Festival(20020208)

A man carries a kumquat tree home Thursday, Feb. 7, 2002 in Hanoi to decorate his house for Tet, the traditional Vietnamese Lunar New Year holiday celebrated on Feb. 12. People believe the small trees that bear lots of fruit will bring them more luck and happiness in the coming year.

The Year of Horse is Coming(20020207)

Municipal workers set up a huge statue of horse on the street of Dalian, a port city of northeast China's Liaoning province, February 6, 2002, to greet the year of horse according to Chinese lunar calendar, which falls on the 12th of February.

The Year of Horse is Coming(20020207)

A "flying horse" at the shopping mall of Hohhot,the capital of Northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region,February 6, 2002, to greet the year of horse according to Chinese lunar calendar, which falls on the 12th of February.
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