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Jakarta Post

It’s time to say goodbye to the Year of the Dog and welcome the Year of the Pig as Chinese people all around the world celebrate the Lunar New Year, also called Chinese New year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year. Dancers in Hebei, China, practice hard to perform the traditional lion dance, while the celebration has already kicked off in Australia with fireworks over the Sydney Opera House, and the Aquaria KLCC in Malaysia has taken the lion dance underwater. (AFP/Wang Zhao)

(The Jakarta Post/Wendee Widiantini)