For the first time in the Philippines to celebrate the Chinese New Year holiday The dragon dance lion dance celebrating (FIG.)

on January 21, Manila Chinese wang bing dragon dance lion dance in the street for the Spring Festival. As China’s traditional festival Spring Festival draws near, the Philippine capital Manila wander along a festive and lively scene. Philippine President aquino has signed a presidential proclamation, announced on January 23, 2012 (the dragon Spring Festival) & other Special (aa) public holidays & throughout; , the first day to celebrate the Chinese New Year holiday.

January 21, Manila Chinese wang bing dragon dance lion dance in the street for the Spring Festival. As China’s traditional festival Spring Festival draws near, the Philippine capital Manila wander along a festive and lively scene. Philippine President aquino has signed a presidential proclamation, announced on January 23, 2012 (the dragon Spring Festival) & other Special (aa) public holidays & throughout; , the first day to celebrate the Chinese New Year holiday. China news agency reporters Zhang Mingshe

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pace with China’s traditional festival Spring Festival draws near, the Philippine capital Manila wander along a festive and lively scene. Philippine President aquino has signed a presidential proclamation, announced on January 23, 2012 (the dragon Spring Festival) & other Special (aa) public holidays & throughout; , the first day to celebrate the Chinese New Year holiday. On January 21, the graph is a Filipino vendor dragon balloons in hand, sold Chinese wang bing street in Manila. China news agency reporters Zhang Mingshe