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Happy Lantern Festival

Today is the 15th of Chinese New Year (CYN) and last day of celebrating CYN. This is the day we celebrate Lantern Festival starting the day with dragon and lion dancing. 166 more words

Happiness

Lantern Festival

The Lantern Festival(Yuanxiao jie) is a Chinese festival celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar year in the lunar calendar marking the last day of the lunar New Year celebration. 524 more words

Recipe

Lantern Festival Photo Diary

Over the weekend Albert Park in Auckland lit up with lanterns to celebrate the Chinese New Year Festival. This event is held every year and along with what felt like everyone else in Auckland we went to check it out on Saturday night. 76 more words

Auckland

I'm really bad at this

It’s been about a week since I last wrote a post and I’ve told myself for the past 3 or 4 days that “I should update the blog” but whenever I get to my room I’ve always been either too tired or headed back out again which made it hard for me to sit down and properly write a post. 887 more words

Taipei

Happy Lantern Festival! (Sorry, owls)

The Lantern Festival (元宵節) is that festive time of the year following the Chinese New Year when people look for any excuses to keep their CNY decorations hanging. 292 more words

Taiwan

Lantern Festival in Yangshuo, 2009

Lantern Festival in Yangshuo, 2009    —by Jinny Batterson

Lantern Festival marks the end of the formal Spring Festival holiday. It occurs on the night of the full moon, two weeks after Chinese New Year (Spring Festival).  716 more words

Travel

Lantern Festival Fireworks in Auckland

This is my first attempt at shooting a time lapse of fireworks. I’m happy with how this turned out, but have some thoughts on how the next one can be improved. 59 more words

Auckland