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Lunar New Year: Celebrations return to Belfast,
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22 January 2023
On 22 January 2023 BBC News reported:
A crowd gathered at Belfast's Ulster Hall to mark Chinese New Year and welcome the Year of the Rabbit. Also known as Lunar New Year, the event has not been publicly celebrated in the city since before the COVID pandemic. More than a billion people across the world have been marking it, with fireworks, music, and lanterns.
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