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What is Lunar New Year and how is it celebrated?

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Happy Lunar New Year to all my Chinese friends.

中国の友人の皆さん、旧正月おめでとうございます。

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On Feb. 10, Asian American communities around the U.S. will ring in the Year of the Dragon with community carnivals, family gatherings, parades, traditional food, fireworks and other festivities. 

Surely it's only a number of East Asian communities that ring in Chinese New Year such as Korean and Vietnamese? I am surprised that a Japanese news outlet would write this considering the Japanese don't even celebrate Lunar New Year!

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Really liked watching lion dances when I was a kid. It was very nostalgic seeing them again almost ten years ago being performed near Nagasaki Chinatown.

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For all the JT crew who read kanji (I imagine that's quite a small percentage)

龍年大吉

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