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Holiday: Chinese New Year in Hong Kong

Here is a picture of the entry way to my sister's apartment building at the Hong Kong International School. Vibrant decorations are everywhere throughout the city. It is the most important holiday for most of this part of the world. Families thoroughly clean their homes to prepare for the festivities, and sweep away any ill-fortune, in hopes to make way for good incoming luck.


By Sally

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February 3, 20110 found this helpful

Great pictures. I love all the colors! Thanks for sharing!.

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February 4, 20110 found this helpful

Kinda like our Christmas decorations, brought out and added to each year. These are both festive and in keeping of the culture's tradition. Very beautiful.


Happy New Year Sally. We wish you and your family all Good Luck in the coming year.


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February 6, 20110 found this helpful

Gung hey fat choy! (If memory serves, that's Happy New Year.) Hope your entire trip was as wonderful as the New Year celebration.

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