Chinese New year 2012 in Framed Prints
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http://imagesandprints.com/cfml/index.cfm?date=2012-01-09%2005:00:00.0 In Chinese culture, this is not only a time to celebrate the beginning of the year. It is also a time to reunite with families, ...

http://imagesandprints.com/cfml/index.cfm?date=2012-01-09%2005:00:00.0 In Chinese culture, this is not only a time to celebrate the beginning of the year. It is also a time to reunite with families, wherever they are in the world. These moments usually end with firecrackers and a series of picture takings that are perfect for framed and canvas art prints.

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  • 1. www. ImagesandPrints .com 2012 Chinese New Year Kung hei fat choi!
  • 2. www. ImagesandPrints .com It is the year Of the Water Dragon www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com
  • 3. www. ImagesandPrints .com www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com The longest and most important festival in the Chinese calendar is about to start.
  • 4. www. ImagesandPrints .com www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com Framed pictures and art prints, along with several house fixtures of Chinese customs for luck, are ready to welcome the Chinese New Year.
  • 5. www. ImagesandPrints .com In Chinese culture, this is not only a time to celebrate the beginning of the year. It is also a time to reunite with families, wherever they are in the world. On the eve of the festivities, all members of the family share a sumptuous meal. They also take this time to reconcile differences and wish everyone a year of happiness and good health. www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com These moments usually end with firecrackers and a series of picture takings that are perfect for framed and canvas art prints.
  • 6. www. ImagesandPrints .com All over the world, Chinese people are preparing for the event with food, materials, decorations, and clothing. As part of the tradition, the Chinese will buy presents and decorate doors and windows with red colored paper cuts for good fortune and happiness. It is truely an event worth celebrating! Thousands of pictures of fireworks, dragon dances, lanterns, and parades have been distributed, framed, and published – all in honor of commemorating the start of a prosperous new year. www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com
  • 7. www. ImagesandPrints .com While families are busy with the preparations, the Chinese government is making all efforts to anticipate the festive event. In mainland China, the month-long dragon fever has started. An underwater dragon dance at the Beijing aquarium was performed and the citizens welcomed a floating dragon-shaped lantern. www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com
  • 8. In other parts of the world, different cultural shows and street dances are already lined up for the next two weeks. www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com www. ImagesandPrints .com
  • 9. www. ImagesandPrints .com A Chinese chess competition in Melbourne Australia, is scheduled along with many other traditional activities. An illuminated night parade in San Francisco, and a Chinese New Year Festival in London, are also some major celebrations outside China. Chinese business associations in southeast and central Asia have also finalized their plans for the Chinese New Year festivities. www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com
  • 10. www. ImagesandPrints .com These grand celebrations on the mainland and other major cities in the world are splendid subjects for photography. They are great also for framed pictures that may serve as gifts for the coming new year. www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com
  • 11. www. ImagesandPrints .com Let us welcome the Chinese Dragon with a bang, and preserve the memories of this event in Canvas Art Prints! www.LonelyPlanet.ImagesandPrints.com
  • 12. www. ImagesandPrints .com Happy New Year! Kung hei fat choi!