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Beijing puts up decorations to welcome Lunar New Year

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Beijing, Feb 11 (EFE/EPA).- Houses, shops and streets in Beijing were decorated Thursday with ornaments and lanterns to welcome the Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 12 and will mark the beginning of the Year of the Ox in Chinese astrology. (Camera: ROMAN PILIPEY).B-ROLL OF THE HUTONG NEIGHBORHOOD IN BEIJING, CHINA, DECORATED WITH ORNAMENTS AHEAD OF THE LUNAR NEW YEAR.

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