An art installation called the “Lanterns of the Terracotta Warriors” stands in front of the Sydney Opera House in February 2015. The lanterns, more than two metres high, were on display as part of Sydney’s Lunar New Year Festival. Photo: Reuters An art installation called the “Lanterns of the Terracotta Warriors” stands in front of the Sydney Opera House in February 2015. The lanterns, more than two metres high, were on display as part of Sydney’s Lunar New Year Festival. Photo: Reuters
An art installation called the “Lanterns of the Terracotta Warriors” stands in front of the Sydney Opera House in February 2015. The lanterns, more than two metres high, were on display as part of Sydney’s Lunar New Year Festival. Photo: Reuters

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An art installation called the “Lanterns of the Terracotta Warriors” stands in front of the Sydney Opera House in February 2015. The lanterns, more than two metres high, were on display as part of Sydney’s Lunar New Year Festival. Photo: Reuters An art installation called the “Lanterns of the Terracotta Warriors” stands in front of the Sydney Opera House in February 2015. The lanterns, more than two metres high, were on display as part of Sydney’s Lunar New Year Festival. Photo: Reuters
An art installation called the “Lanterns of the Terracotta Warriors” stands in front of the Sydney Opera House in February 2015. The lanterns, more than two metres high, were on display as part of Sydney’s Lunar New Year Festival. Photo: Reuters
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