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Attracting over 400,000 participants and spectators, the Annual Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade & Festival is the largest public event in New York’s Chinatown, as well as the largest pan-Asian event on the East Coast. Organized by the Better Chinatown Society, this colorful spectacle features traditional lion and dragon dances, ornately decorated floats, marching bands, cultural performances, and festive confetti. Over 5,000 people are expected to march in the parade, which will start at Mott Street and promenade through practically every street in of Chinatown, finally dispersing at Worth Street. The parade is expected to conclude at 3:00 pm, at which time an outdoor cultural festival will take place on Bayard Street
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Two_Tiaras
Chinese New Year 2008--- Year of the Rat
by David Reeves
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ChineseNewYear2007
Red symbolizes happiness and gold symbolizes wealth.
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YearOfThePig
2007 Chinese New Year Parade celebrating the Year of the Pig
wiki/Pig_zodiac
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Falun_Gong_Marchers
Members of the Falun Gong spiritual movement which is banned in China as a cult paraded in the Queens 2006 parade
by Your Guide
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Yellow_Dragon
The Elusive Yellow Dragon
by destro100
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LunarNewYear-Queens
"kung hei fat choi!" Taken on Saturday January 28 2006
by Your Guide
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