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Yuejuan Tan spends hours preparing food for her family for a New Year’s Day celebration at her house on Ji Xiang St. Xi’An, Shaanxi, China on Jan.1, 2017.

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Thomas Zheng wears his traditional Chinese costumes and customizes his new year’s card to celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year at the Museum of Fine Arts on 465 Huntington Ave. Boston, Massachusetts on Jan. 28, 2017.

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Twin sisters Evelyn Bowers-Liu (left) and Lillian Bowers-Liu wear traditional Chinese costumes and hold up their handmade origami bags to celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year at the Museum of Fine Arts on 465 Huntington Ave. Boston, Massachusetts on Jan. 28, 2017.

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Li Hua, 5-year-old girl from Cambridge celebrates Chinese Lunar New Year at the Museum of Fine Arts on 465 Huntington Ave. Boston, Massachusetts on Jan. 28, 2017.

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Liang Zhang (left) and Junkai Wang talk after their Lao Qiang performance at the History Museum on Beihai St. Xi’an, Shaanxi, China on Jan. 5, 2017. Lao Qiang is a traditional music that originated from northwest regions in China. The performance emphasizes "drama" that usually includes props and a strong storytelling component.

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Liang Zhang (left) and Junkai Wang talk after their Lao Qiang performance at the History Museum on Beihai St. Xi’an, Shaanxi, China on Jan. 5, 2017. Lao Qiang is a traditional music that originated from northwest regions in China. The performance emphasizes "drama" that usually includes props and a strong storytelling component.

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Dumpling making during Chinese New year

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