Enter the Dragon… crowds roar in Lunar New Yearon February 10, 2024 at 10:06 pm

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Lunar New Year festivities usher in the Year of the Dragon and end of the Year of the Rabbit.

Festivities mark the end of the Year of the Rabbit and the start of the Year of the Dragon.

They will continue for two weeks, in one of the year’s biggest events for many east and south-east Asian communities.

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