Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

A weeklong celebration in late January, the lunar New Year brings together the Thai-Chinese people. Visitors during this time who stop by Chinatown will find traditional dragon parades, acrobat performances, and firework shows. The Thai-Chinese see this week as a time to rest and celebrate, and as such, many businesses are closed during the holiday. 

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