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Three Disney Parks put very different spins on their Chinese New Year / Lunar New Year celebrations

A man installs decorations for the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations at Taoranting park in Beijing February 9, 2015. Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/REUTERS.

Chinese New Year celebrations around the globe ring in the Year of the Goat

A man installs decorations for the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations at Taoranting park in Beijing February Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/REUTERS.

Best places to celebrate the Lunar New Year 2017  #UnitedHub #BestPlacesForHolidays

Best places to celebrate the Lunar New Year 2017

Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Mulan and Mushu will join guests for a bigger-than-ever Lunar New Year Celebration at Disney California Adventure Park, from Friday, Jan.

Spectators watch as colourful fireworks light up the night sky welcoming the Chinese New Year at the Chinatown in Manila February 7, 2016

Lunar New Year in pictures

Spectators watch as colourful fireworks light up the night sky welcoming the Chinese New Year at the Chinatown in Manila February 2016

Chinese New Year | Various | Things to do in London

Chinese New Year

This weekend has not one, not two, but three causes for celebration. Firstly, Today is Australia Day so you’ll find us with a top notch coffee in one hand

Performers in Beijing, China.  Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images

Lunar new year in China – in pictures

Mardi Gras in New Orleans, Chinese new year celebrations and Ash Wednesday in the Philippines

Yu Sheng, or Yee Sang, is a traditional food ritual during the Lunar New Year. Diners toss ingredients high in the air to wish for luck and happiness. (Photo/Xinhua)

Yu Sheng, or Yee Sang, is a traditional food ritual during the Lunar New Year. Diners toss ingredients high in the air to wish for luck and happiness.

Celebrations around the world are already underway for the Chinese New Year, which begins next Thursday, Feb. 19 and lasts until March 5. Often marked by fireworks and family feasts within China, customs and observances of 2015's Year of the Goat vary widely, ranging from traditional festivals to underwater dragon dances. Continue reading →

Chinese New Year celebrations around the globe ring in the Year of the Goat

A vendor, selling traditional decorations for the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, reads a newspaper as she waits for customers at a migrant workers' village in Beijing February Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/REUTERS.

Children watch as Malaysian divers perform a lion dance during the Chinese New Year celebrations at the Aquaria KLCC underwater park in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. | Image: AZHAR RAHIM/EPA | www.piclectica.com #piclectica

Lunar New Year celebrations: Ringing in the Year of the Sheep

Children watch as Malaysian divers perform a lion dance during the Chinese New Year celebrations at the Aquaria KLCC underwater park in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

A woman looks at traditional decorations celebrating for the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year at a market in Beijing February 6, 2015. Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/REUTERS.

Chinese New Year celebrations around the globe ring in the Year of the Goat

A woman looks at traditional decorations celebrating for the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year at a market in Beijing February Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/REUTERS.

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