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Chinese Lunar New Year celebrated globally
2019-02-22 
A foreign tourist chooses goods to buy for the Chinese Spring Festival in Pancora, Jakarta, Indonesia, on Feb 4. [Photo/Xinhua]

On the occasion of the Chinese Lunar New Year, splendid celebrations have taken place in many countries. People from all over the world and overseas Chinese have experienced Chinese New Year culture and shared in the happiness of the festival. 

The world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa Tower, stages a light show to welcome the Chinese Lunar New Year in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Feb 4. [Photo/Xinhua]
Spring Festival decorations are placed in front of 10 Downing Street, the prime minister's residence in London, on Jan 31 to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. [Photo/Xinhua]
Saladin Citadel in Cairo, Egypt, which has a history of nearly 1,000 years, is illuminated in red for the first time to celebrate China's Spring Festival on Jan 28. [Photo/Xinhua]
Actors in costumes pose in front of the London Eye, illuminated with red lights in London, England, on Feb 4. That night, the London Eye featured red and gold lighting to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. [Photo/Xinhua]
The Empire State Building in New York, USA, starts a Spring Festival-themed light show to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year on Feb 4. [Photo/Xinhua]
Tokyo Tower, a landmark building in Tokyo, Japan, is decorated with red lights for the first time in celebration of the Chinese Spring Festival on the evening of Feb 4. [Photo/Xinhua]
The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia, are lit up with Chinese red lights on the evening of Feb 4. [Photo/Xinhua]
Chinese New Year activities officially open at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Feb 4. [Photo/Xinhua]
Actors perform a lion dance during the Happy Spring Festival parade in Antwerp, Belgium, on Feb 2. [Photo/Xinhua]
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