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Chinese Lantern Festival celebrated in NZ

2013-03-04 05:42:00 GMT2013-03-04 13:42:00(Beijing Time)  
Residents watch the lanterns during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)Residents watch the lanterns during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)
Chinese artists perform during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)Chinese artists perform during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)
Residents watch the lanterns during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)Residents watch the lanterns during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)
Residents watch the lanterns during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)Residents watch the lanterns during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)
A lantern that references the ancient legend of Madame White Snake, about a young man who falls in love with a beautiful woman, unaware that she is a white snake that has taken on human form, is on display during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)A lantern that references the ancient legend of Madame White Snake, about a young man who falls in love with a beautiful woman, unaware that she is a white snake that has taken on human form, is on display during the celebration of Chinese Lantern Festival in New Zealand's Christchurch, March 2, 2013. Ancient Chinese traditions mingled with contemporary folk-rock, acrobatics and kung fu tea-pouring as the 2013 Christchurch Lantern Festivals welcomed in the Year of the Snake on Saturday. (Photo/Xinhua)
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