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Indonesia celebrates end of Lunar New Year


With a significant ethnic Chinese minority, Muslim-majority Indonesia celebrates the end of two-week festivities welcoming the Year of the Pig with traditional lion dances, colourful parades and temples decked out in red lanterns.

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