Greater Lansing’s 2014 Chinese New Year celebration


Below are a series of images from today’s Greater Lansing 2014 Chinese New Year celebration held inside a local mall. A large crowd attended the festive event which included music, a dragon parade, dancing, a fashion show, martial arts, booths with arts and crafts, and a variety of other cultural and artistic activities.

Happy “Year of the Horse” to all. Enjoy!

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Photo by Kathy

Photo by Kathy

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