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Happy Chinese New Year 2021 in Thailand, the Year of the Ox
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The Thaiger visited the Jui Tui Shrine in Phuket Town this morning where the island's huge Thai-Chinese community flock to commemorate Chinese New Year. So what's the annual Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, all about?

Chinese New Year 2021 (Spring Festival)

The date of the Chinese New Year is determined by the lunar calendar and takes place in January or February each year. Legend has it that Chinese New Year originally started with a battle against the fabled beast, “Nian”, part bull, part lion. It’s said that Nian appeared in China on what was to become New Year’s Eve. Local residents discovered the beast was afraid of fireworks and the colour red, and thus the traditions associated with Chinese New Year were born.

Today in China, red lanterns are hung in the streets, while people dress up as dragons and lions. Special noodle dishes are eaten as a symbol of a long life and children are given little red envelopes containing money, in order to encourage good fortune for the coming year.

This year is the Year of the Ox. The ox is the second sign in the 12-year cycle of animals that makes up the Chinese zodiac. Each year is associated with one of five elements in addition to its sign.

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As you can quite clearly see, there’s no traditional ankle-length red and gold dress on show here as Thailand celebrate Chinese New Year.

Instead, what we have is a sexbomb dressed in the sexiest CNY outfit you’ll ever see.

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Thousands of locals visited temples to mark Chinese New Year today (Feb 12) in Bangkok, Thailand. Footage shows the busy scene in the Yaowarat Road area of the Thai Capital, home the city's historic Chinatown.

Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, is an annual festival celebrated by Chinese people and those with Chinese ancestry. Celebrations in Thailand were quieter this year due to the spread of Covid-19 limiting international tourism.

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