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Party-goers Flock To This Mall in Binondo To Celebrate the Chinese New Year 2019

CHINESE NEW YEAR 2019 – Party-goers flock to this mall in Binondo to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2019.

Today is the celebration of the Chinese New Year and according the Philippine Information Agency (PIA), it is declared as a special non-working holiday.

Therefore, there are expected a lot of Filipinos going into malls, restaurants and Chinese markets to celebrate with the Chinese people.

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We expect to see the traditional dragon dance, fire crackers, Chinese treats and of course the lucky charms.

In a report, the environmental group EcoWaste Coalition warned the public about purchasing lucky charms that may harmful to the health.

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Following a previous article, the number coding in Metro Manila was suspended for the celebration.  

The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) reminded the people to be careful on their trips.

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On the Twitter account of Manila Bulletin News, they posted several photos of the Lucky Chinatown Mall in Binondo, Manila.

The location is already set to welcome the Year of the Pig later tonight. In the caption of the post, they stated that the party-goers flocked into the mall.

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In the photos, it can be seen that the people were roofed with the beautiful Chinese lanterns, and a huge hog near the building.

Most of the people were taking pictures on the festive ornaments like Buddha and a gigantic Dragon that they believe it’s a luck-bringer.

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The post also featured inside the mall, a stage and a wide screen was prepared for the revelers. Lucky Chinatown Mall is packed with festive decorations.

The Chinese New Year is one of the most anticipated holiday celebrations in the Philippines because the Chinese community has been so related to the Filipino for hundreds of years.

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