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I love walking around Hong Kong and simply absorbing celebrations. This is one fantastic location if you love big events. So, we stuck around for Chinese New Year and loved all the activities that came with it, from parades, to fireworks, to lion dances, to amazing decorations, it’s simply beautiful to absorb. So, thought I’d share a few pictures and videos of the past few weeks celebrating Gung Hei Fat Choi! Happy New Year of the Horse!
Here’s some views of Chinese New Year Decorations:
Here’s a few views of the parade in TST, Tsim Sha Tsui… there are THOUSANDS upon THOUSANDS of people who come to see this parade. This year we decided to escape the crowds by going up to the mall’s viewing area in a Starbucks. My son hung out at the window ledge (secure) and took pictures for us while we relaxed and avoided the crowd.
Finally, I captured multiple videos but decided to just share these three:
Lion Dance 1:
Lion Dance 2:
Fireworks on a Junk Boat:
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