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Taiwan temple rings in Lunar New Year


A Taiwan temple strikes a drum on Lunar New Year's Day to welcome the Year of the Rabbit while worshippers walk under giant lanterns to pray for good fortune in the new year. The rabbit is the fourth animal in the 12 Chinese zodiac signs. IMAGES

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