Chinese New Years

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Chinese New Years

Chinese New Year in China is well known as the feast of spring or moon year, is one of the most important festivals for Chinese around the world, specially in New York where there is a significant representation of this community. For New Yorkers is always in January or February, the Chinese New Year’s, since it does not fall on the same date each year. The parade is held in Chinatown’s mains streets, including Mott Street, Bowery, East Broadway, Bayard street, Elizabeth Street and Pell street. These shows Chinese tradition, singers, dancers and accompanied by floats bands dressed with dozens of lions, dragons, and the Unicorn. In Flushing, Queens, where there is a large Asian population, there are parades with dancers, drummers and fireworks. The parade usually begins in Union St and 39th avenue ending at Main St and 39th Avenue. If you plan to attend to this colorful parade try to arrive early to get a good sit and wear clothes that protect you from the cold',

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