As I was telling you in my previous post, this weekend we have been celebrating the beginning of the Dragon year, aka the chinese lunar new year... and what better place to feel fully immersed in the celebrations than in Chinatown?!
In this post I am sharing with you the beautiful colors, people and traditions of Chinatown in full Chinese new year action :)
GONG XI FA CAI ! - (HAPPY NEW YEAR in Chinese)
what an amazing celebration. the colors and photos are stunning. great post, love. I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I've got a brand new outfit post and a fabulous giveaway. I'd love to hear your thoughts. xoReplyDelete
I LOVE lentils! This is so granola hippie of me but I really think they are amazing! Indian Dal soup, lentils in hummus. I bet you had an amazing meal and for giving me a cooking idea! I'm quite excited about the year of the dragon as well. (really tasty food posts this week, its been raining so ive been cooking!)ReplyDelete
WOW ... AWESOME PICS!ReplyDelete
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Love the picture and the style of the older man with longer blonde grey hair. HE really knows what to ware! You could also just copy paste this look to Johnny Depp ;)ReplyDelete
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Fab photos! Brings back memories of my trip to Singapore xoxoReplyDelete
wow...I adore this pictures...ReplyDelete
your blog is so interesting and wonderful...
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man, i really wish i could of been in the East to celebrate CNY. You are so lucky!!ReplyDelete
Such great pics!ReplyDelete
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Such a great post ^^ Love it! :)ReplyDelete
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Very interesting photos!ReplyDelete
Looks great, haven't been in years!ReplyDelete
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Lovely photos :) I love chinese culture, all the architecture is so pretty and I am in love with those lanterns :) I really want to visit Asia someday :)! Cute blog!!ReplyDelete
How gorgeous! It's a true feast for the eyes! Hope you're enjoying all the celebrations :) xoxoReplyDelete
love this post and very wonderful picsReplyDelete
Oh wow, these pictures are amazing! I wish I could be there. Thank you so much for sharing! :)ReplyDelete
Happy Chinese New Year to you too! Gorgeous photos. I'm now a follower!ReplyDelete
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i live in singapore! i'm not there right now, so i missed the festivities ):ReplyDelete
did you just come to visit or do you live there?
also, beautiful photos
Wow! The pictures are rally professional! Compliments!ReplyDelete
so great the begining of DRAGON YEAR ,these are the first picture from the festive that I see :dReplyDelete
i miss China lolReplyDelete
happy chinese new year!ReplyDelete
I love how colorful it is with all of the lanterns and flowers! Makes for beautiful photos!ReplyDelete
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Cool pictures! Makes me want to travel moreReplyDelete
Thnx for your sweet comment !! Beautyfull pics !!ReplyDelete
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very nice photos, you have talent in photography! i like your blog!ReplyDelete
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Wow, these pics are absolutely stunning!!!!ReplyDelete
This post is really interesting, i wish i could be there!
Amazing images! Thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
Ah these pictures are stunning! Beautiful, I love all the red. Happy Chinese New Years!ReplyDelete
Fun photos, I love all the lanterns.ReplyDelete
I'm in awe!
Great shots.The 4th one down looks like it was shot in the 1960's. XxxxReplyDelete
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great shots- nice photographyReplyDelete
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Lovely and interesting pictures!ReplyDelete
your pictures are so big & beautiful ! how did you make them that big ?ReplyDelete
they really capture the feeling of new years in chinatown .
loving it ,
Amazing photos, very inspirational!ReplyDelete
I'm a follower alreadyReplyDelete
Oh how cute pictures :-) I have always been fascinated by Asian culture - it is so brilliantly colourful!ReplyDelete
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