Celebrations have been held in countries across the world. On New Year’s Eve, Australia’s landmark building – the Sydney Opera House – was lit up red. People gathered there to welcome the Chinese Lunar New Year. And lights were turned on in other major buildings. Over 80 activities including a lantern exhibit, art performances and dragon boat competitions, will be held until February 21 in the Australian capital, so that local people can enjoy Chinese culture.
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