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  • 1. By Olivia Skadahl, Eli Lofy, James Sinkovits, and Isabella Switalski*
  • 2. *The dragon dance is a type of dance in Chinese Culture. The paradesstart on New Year’s day and continue for the next fifteen days.
  • 3. They eat fish, white rice, hot dogs, taffycandy, beef, and pork.
  • 4. **The tradition comes from China. Part of gettingready for the Chinese New Year is making sureyour home is neat before the new year arrives.