Hong Kong Chinese New Year

Roar of the mythical qilin brings village back to life

Roar of the mythical qilin brings village back to life

The sleepy Hakkanese village of Tai Long awakens once a year for the qilin dance to pray for prosperity, health, and all the good things in life
Fighting flowers: Hong Kong's rowdy Chinese New Year flower market

Fighting flowers: Hong Kong's rowdy Chinese New Year flower market

A tour of Mongkok's flower market where crowds fight over the biggest blooms to signify a prosperous, fortunate, and fecund Year of the Tiger
Lucky foods: How to shop on Hong Kong's dried seafood street

Lucky foods: How to shop on Hong Kong's dried seafood street

Abalone, conpoy, black moss... here's a guide for buying and cooking the most auspicious foods for Chinese New Year
800,000 worshippers on Hong Kong Chinese New Year day

800,000 worshippers on Hong Kong Chinese New Year day

Plus: Fortune-telling goes electronic. After all, it is 2010
Hong Kong Chinese New Year: Peach blossoms sell out

Hong Kong Chinese New Year: Peach blossoms sell out

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