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California Event Brings Lunar New Year Festivities to Chinese Diasporai
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January 21, 2014 4:16 PM
Many Asians around the world are preparing to celebrate the Lunar New Year. This year, the year of the horse, begins on the last day of January. Many Asian Americans say celebrating the Lunar New Year in the United States is very different from what it’s like in Asia. One decades-long custom in the Los Angeles, California area is going to the Asian American Expo. Elizabeth Lee reports for VOA from Pomona, California.

California Event Brings Lunar New Year Festivities to Chinese Diaspora

Published January 21, 2014

Many Asians around the world are preparing to celebrate the Lunar New Year. This year, the year of the horse, begins on the last day of January. Many Asian Americans say celebrating the Lunar New Year in the United States is very different from what it’s like in Asia. One decades-long custom in the Los Angeles, California area is going to the Asian American Expo. Elizabeth Lee reports for VOA from Pomona, California.


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