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Chinese New Year 2011.

1: A worker is fixing the lanterns before Chinese New Year fall on 3rd Febuary 2011 at Thean Hou temple.

2: Every year, Thean Hou temple always decorated by red lanterns during Chinese New Year.

3: A woman is walking under the red lanterns to pray, chinese people believed red lantern can bring luck and prosperity.

4: Ng Pei Wen 16 from Batang Berjuntai is day dreaming while waiting for customer to buy mandarin oranges at Taman Manjalara, Kepong. During Chinese New Year, Mandarin oranges and tangerines are considered traditional symbols of abundance and good fortune. During the two-week celebration, they are frequently displayed as decoration and presented as gifts to friends, relatives, and business associates.

5: Yusneiati bt Mohd Said 54 from Kelantan is happy when she bought a box of mandarin oranges at Taman Manjalara, Kepong. During Chinese New Year, Mandarin oranges and tangerines are considered traditional symbols of abundance and good fortune. During the two-week celebration, they are frequently displayed as decoration and presented as gifts to friends, relatives, and business associates.

6: From left Ezebelle Chu Jing Xuan 6, Angela Koo Sin Yee 11, Melody Chu Jing Yi 8 and Angelene Tan 7 are dressed up as bunny at The Curve to distribute ang pow to shoppers. Rabbit Years are forth in the cycle, following Tiger years, and recur every twelth year. The Chinese New Year does not fall on a specific date, so it is essential to check the calendar to find the exact date on which each Rabbit Year actually begins.

7: A woman is waiting to buy a roasted duck on Chinese New Year Eve for family reunion dinner at Taman Megah, Kepong. Duck, symbolizing happiness and fidelity, is essential at every banquet during Chinese New Year.

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