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AP PHOTOS: Lunar New Year in the Philippines draws crowds to one of the world's oldest Chinatowns
by Aaron Favila
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9 February 2024
On 9 February 2024 The Associated Press reported:
Crowds are flocking to Chinatown in the Philippine capital to usher in the Year of the Wood Dragon and experience lively traditional dances on lantern-lit streets with food, lucky charms, and prayers for good fortune. ...Lamp posts in Manila's riverside Binondo commercial district, said to be one of the oldest Chinatowns in the world, feature dragon decor with tails curled around the poles. In a crowded mall, a huge dragon hangs over selfie-taking shoppers.
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