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Chinese New Year celebrations

Chinese New Year celebrations
Lion Dancers perform in China Town on China's New Years Day on January 26 in London, England. The Ox, the Chinese Zodiac symbol ushered in today, is the sign of prosperity through fortitude and hard work. (Getty Images)
Chinese New Year celebrations
A performer dances at a temple fair to mark the first day of the Chinese or Lunar New Year in Beijing. Tens of millions of people across China celebrated the Lunar New Year with temple fairs, fireworks and big family reunions, but the global economic crisis put a dampener on celebrations. (Getty Images)
Chinese New Year celebrations
An actor performs at a temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar New Year in Beijing. (Getty Images)
Chinese New Year celebrations
Lion Dancers perform in China Town on China's New Years Day in London, England. (Getty Images)
Chinese New Year celebrations
An actor performs at a temple fair on the second day of the Chinese Lunar New Year in Beijing. (Getty Images)
Chinese New Year celebrations
A performer dances at a temple fair to mark the first day of the Chinese or Lunar New Year in Beijing. (Getty Images)
Chinese New Year celebrations
People visit a temple fair during Chinese New Year celebrations at the Small Wild Goose Pagoda in Xian, Shaanxi Province, China. (Getty Images)
Chinese New Year celebrations
People pray at a Confucious temple to mark the first day of the Chinese or Lunar New Year in Beijing. (Getty Images)