An electric atmosphere engulfed Chinatown on January 29 as thousands of spectators filled the streets to watch the Chinese community put on martial arts, lion dance, and dragon dance performances in celebration of the Chinese New Year.
On January 27, in an elaborately decorated gym, Josiah Quincy Elementary School students performed skits, dances, and songs in celebration of Chinese New Year and the Year of the Dragon for teachers, parents and local government officials.
The Asian American Civic Association (AACA) held a dinner ceremony for the organization’s funders and employer partners in celebration of Chinese New Year on January 26, at Empire Garden Restaurant in Chinatown.
On a festivity-filled Sunday afternoon in Chinatown on January 29, East West Bank offered custom traditional Chinese souvenirs for attendees who entered the bank.
Tufts Medical Center held its Chinese New Year celebrations on January 31, by holding a lion dance performance, as well as inviting students from the neighboring Josiah Quincy Elementary School to perform dances and instrumental music.
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