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Miao Fa Temple, Portland, OregonMiao Fa TemplePortland, OregonCelebratory fu dog for the end of Chinese New Year. Hsin nian quai le! Gongxi fa cai! 新年快樂!恭喜發在! #portland #oregon #chinesenewyearLan Su Chinese Garden, Portland, OregonLan Su Chinese GardenPortland, OregonHappy Lantern Festival from Lan Su Chinese Garden! #portland #oregon #chinesenewyear亿来乐, Beijing, China亿来乐Beijing, ChinaProven best time to visit #Beijing: the week after #ChineseNewYear, when the factories have not fired up full throttle and throngs of cars have not...The Bund, Shanghai, ChinaThe BundShanghai, China3 of 3 in the Series: Chinese New Year in Shanghai. #chinesenewyear #chinese #shanghainights #shanghaitower #shanghaibund #bund #pudong...Shanghai, ChinaShanghaiChinaChinese New Year in Shanghai. We found China enigmatic, irritating, confusing and captivating. See more at:...The Bund, Shanghai, ChinaThe BundShanghai, China2 of 3 in the Series: Chinese New Year in Shanghai. #chinesenewyear #chinese #shanghainights #shanghaitower #shanghaibund #bund #pudongThe Bund, Shanghai, ChinaThe BundShanghai, China1 of 3 New Series Chinese New Year in Shanghai. #lastnight #chinesenewyear #chinese #shanghainights #shanghaitower #shanghaibund #bundSenado Square, Macao, Macau, MacauSenado Square, MacaoMacau, MacauKung Hei Fat Choi! Happy Lunar New Year from Macau! Lunar New Year Display in Largo Do Senado, Macau. #macau #senadosquare #lunarnewyear...Walking Street Nguyen Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamWalking Street Nguyen HueHo Chi Minh City, VietnamHoliday Views: This Lunar New Year ushers in the year of the dog and was last observed in 2006. The dog is the 11th animal in the 12 year Chinese...Walking Street Nguyen Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamWalking Street Nguyen HueHo Chi Minh City, VietnamHoliday Views: As I wind down my trip, I can’t help but feel there are so many more places I want to visit and so much more I want to do in...Walking Street Nguyen Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamWalking Street Nguyen HueHo Chi Minh City, VietnamHoliday Views: Happy Lunar New Year! The Lunar Year or Tet, short for Tet Nguyen Dan is the most important holiday in Vietnam. It’s dates purely...Grand Silverland Hotel & Spa, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamGrand Silverland Hotel & SpaHo Chi Minh City, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018: In the US we have the Christmas tree as a symbol of our most important holiday, in Southern Vietnam they have...Grand Silverland Hotel & Spa, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamGrand Silverland Hotel & SpaHo Chi Minh City, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018. Hanging off of the Apricot Blossom tree you can see dozens of little red envelopes with the Chinese characters...Grand Silverland Hotel & Spa, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamGrand Silverland Hotel & SpaHo Chi Minh City, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018: The burning of joss paper is an important aspect of Vietnamese culture and the Tet holiday. It’s burning is...Quan Am Pagoda, Phường 11, VietnamQuan Am PagodaPhường 11, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018: The smoke inside Quan Âm pagoda was really intense on this day, more intense than any other pagoda I’ve ever...Quan Am Pagoda, Phường 11, VietnamQuan Am PagodaPhường 11, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018: In addition to the commonly used joss stick incense, devotees also burned quite a bit of incense coils. Coil...Quan Am Pagoda, Phường 11, VietnamQuan Am PagodaPhường 11, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018: The Quan Âm Pagoda is a Chinese style Buddhist pagoda in district five’s China town built in the 19th century....Quan Am Pagoda, Phường 11, VietnamQuan Am PagodaPhường 11, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018: This being the most important time of the year for Vietnamese, temples in Saigon see some of the largest...Quan Am Pagoda, Phường 11, VietnamQuan Am PagodaPhường 11, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018: From the minute you walk into Quan Âm you embark on a sensory overload, hundreds of people pack into the...Quan Am Pagoda, Phường 11, VietnamQuan Am PagodaPhường 11, VietnamHoliday Views | Lunar New Year 2018: The grounds of Quan Âm Pagoda consist of two areas separated by Lao Tu Street. On one side of the street you...
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