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Year Of The Snake

Party like it's Chinese New Year

Party like it's Chinese New Year

Jeremy Lai, 10, gets into his role as a lion. The festival was held at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center at 1288 W. River Road and included activities such as folk dancing, kids games and martial arts. Cuisine from five areas of China also was available.

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Party like it's Chinese New Year

Party like it's Chinese New Year

Members of Tucson Sino Dance perform at the festival. The dancers, from left, are Tao Luo, Ellen Zhu, Ying Zhang, Yue Cong, Tina Zhang and Lizhen Pang.

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Party like it's Chinese New Year

Party like it's Chinese New Year

The Tucson Chinese Lion Dance Group works its way through the crowd during the Taste of China Festival. The festival marked the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Snake, a symbol of bounty and good luck.

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Party like it's Chinese New Year

Party like it's Chinese New Year

Guzheng teacher Dong Xiao Zhang, behind, performs a duet with student Michelle Zhang 7, (no relation).

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Party like it's Chinese New Year

Party like it's Chinese New Year

Yue Cong of Tucson Sino Dance performed during the Taste of China Festival at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center on Feb. 9.

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Party like it's Chinese New Year

Party like it's Chinese New Year

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Lunar new year

Lunar new year

Chinese celebrated Lunar New Year on Feb. 10 in 2013, which marked the Year of the Snake.

February 08, 2013 3:06 pm Photos

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