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Welcoming the Year of the Tiger. HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR!!

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yeah, i know it. too late, rite?

but, if i don’t post it here, i will regret it. LOL

some great pictures bout Tiger Year. and here they are..

A visitor looks at a crystal tiger which was made up of 955 steel wires and 12,888 small crystal balls at a department store in Shanghai February 4, 2010. The artwork, which is the size of an actual tiger, was designed as a gift for the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Tiger, which began on February 14, 2010, Xinhua News Agency reported.

Taiwanese pray and burn incense at a Taoist temple in Taipei on February 14, 2010. Taiwanese traditionally pray for good fortune on the first day of the Lunar new year to mark their most important annual holiday.

A baby sits in a basket while waiting to board a train at a railway station in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, China on January 25, 2010.

A few of the 300 residents taking part in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people painting tigers in multiple locations gather around a tiger sculpture by Chinese sculptor Yuan Xikun at Beijing Zoo February 6, 2010. The event is being held ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Tiger.

A trainer plays with a tiger at Dalian Forest Zoo in Dalian, Liaoning province, February 7, 2010. The troupe will give a performance during the upcoming Chinese Lunar Year which begins on February 14.

Local worshippers launch sky lanterns as part of the celebrations for Chinese New Year on its eve, outside Longhua temple in Shanghai, China on February 13, 2010.

A worker changes the light bulbs in lanterns ahead of Chinese New Year celebrations at Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur February 11, 2010.

Chinese men perform a fire dragon dance at Happy Valley temple fair celebrating Chinese New Year in Beijing on February 15, 2010.

Fireworks illuminate the skyline to celebrate the Lantern Festival on February 13, 2010 in Beijing, China.

Siberian tigers sit up gesturing to visitors during a show at a zoo on the second day of the Lunar New Year in Fuzhou in southeast China’s Fujian province, Monday, Feb. 15, 2010.

Yu Ying, an ethnic Chinese, 16, burns prayer papers during Chinese New Year at a temple in Sepang outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on February 14, 2010.

A dragon-shaped lantern is lit up at a temple fair in Nanjing, Jiangsu province February 15, 2010.

Fireworks explode behind financial office buildings near the Victoria Harbor to celebrate the Chinese new year in Hong Kong on Monday, Feb. 15, 2010.


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Author: utaminel

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