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Chinese New Year: Celebration in the Streets

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Chinese New Year

Celebration in the Streets

by Kevin Schenk

Whether it’s Lunar New Year or just another day, 97 street is always bustling. It hosts the annual Chinese New Year parade, where dragons and lions dance, and firecrackers burst. It quiets back down to its usual self for the rest of the year, but remains a cultural hub as Edmonton Chinatown’s main strip. That might change, or at least look significantly different, with revitalization attempts and many nearby developments coming due to the arena.

 
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Kevin Schenk

I was the Photo Editor in 2013/14, and Online Editor for 14/15 and 15/16.

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