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Dances with dragons and lions: Young Chinese Australians keep lunar new year traditions alive

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 5 February 2019
Interest in lion and dragon dances is fading in China. But in Australia, the children of Chinese migrants feel they have an obligation to embrace it and pass it on.
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News video: Lunar New Year is ushered in around the world

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Video shows Lunar New Year celebrations in Hong Kong, New York and Lima, as they usher in the Year of the Pig. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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