Pedestrians walk past an art piece with images of a dragon and other Chinese Zodiac figures created by cutting patterns in paper as part of Lunar New Year celebrations at a shopping mall in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on Jan. 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac. (REUTERS/China Daily China Dail)
A worker paints the background of a wall, installed with nine sugar dragons, during preparation work for the upcoming Lunar New Year at a park in Chengdu, Sichuan province. (Reuters)
Bengali White Tiger cubs, dressed in traditional Chinese clothes for the upcoming Spring Festival, are seen eating inside their cage at a zoo in Qingdao, Shandong province. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on Jan. 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac. (REUTERS/China Daily China Dail)
A dragon lantern is seen among other Chinese New Year decorations at Yuyuan Garden in downtown Shanghai. (REUTERS/Carlos Barria)
A dragon-themed dish is seen among other dishes during a grand feast at Baibuting residential area in Wuhan, Hubei province. Residents brought about 10,000 self-cooked dishes to the 12th Grand Feast to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year. (REUTERS/Darley Shen)
Visitors walk past dragon-shaped lanterns set up for the upcoming Spring Festival in Xi’an, Shaanxi province. (REUTERS/China Daily China Dail)
A dragon decoration is displayed at a park to celebrate Chinese New Year in Guangzhou. (REUTERS / Joe Tan)
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