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Hong Kong celebrates Lunar New Year with dazzling fireworks

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A spectacular array of pyrotechnics lights up Hong Kong's Bladerunner-esque urban skyline, dazzling thousands of onlookers as the city celebrates the Lunar New Year and welcomes the Year of the Pig.

Added on the 06/02/2019 13:00:00 - Copyright : AFP EN

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