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Lunar New Year Decorations (Photos)

People all over the world are celebrating the Lunar New Year and in many areas, Chinese New Year decorations are seen in shop fronts, malls and public areas.

In Hong Kong, the decorations range from small plants to extravagant sculptures of traditional symbolism using modern materials.

We hope you enjoy this photo gallery of Chinese New Year decorations in Hong Kong and don’t forget to take snaps of decorations in your area to enter into our 2014 Chinese New Year Photo Competition.

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Bird’s nest sculpture at IFC Mall, Hong Kong. (China Gaze)

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Bird’s nest sculpture at IFC Mall, Hong Kong. (China Gaze)

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Orange tree with red packets. (China Gaze)

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Giant flower vase in Time Square, Hong Kong. (China Gaze)

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Tree of riches at IFC Mall. (China Gaze)

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Basket of yellow plum flowers. (China Gaze)

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New Year’s horses window display. (China Gaze)

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Lotus pond with paper fish at Pacific Place Mall, Hong Kong. (China Gaze)

Check out the Chinese New Year Festival and Party Guide for more tips and photos!

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