TAIWAN-LUNAR-NEW YEAR : News Photo

TAIWAN-LUNAR-NEW YEAR

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A man rings a bell for good fortune at Hongludi temple, a Taoist god of fortune, in Chunghe, the New Taipei City, on the third day of the lunar new year on February 12, 2013. Chinese lunar new year, celebrated by Chinese communities the world over, falls on February 10 with the beginning of the new moon. AFP PHOTO / Sam Yeh (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)
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A man rings a bell for good fortune at Hongludi temple, a Taoist god of fortune, in Chunghe, the New Taipei City, on the third day of the lunar new year on February 12, 2013. Chinese lunar new year, celebrated by Chinese communities the world over, falls on February 10 with the beginning of the new moon. AFP PHOTO / Sam Yeh (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)
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