A lion dance performance is traditionally part of the annual Lunar New Year night parade, cancelled this year due to the pandemic. Photo: Edmond So A lion dance performance is traditionally part of the annual Lunar New Year night parade, cancelled this year due to the pandemic. Photo: Edmond So
A lion dance performance is traditionally part of the annual Lunar New Year night parade, cancelled this year due to the pandemic. Photo: Edmond So

Lunar New Year in Hong Kong: Covid-19 axes Macau casino trips, shrinks family reunions and halts temple traditions

  • With pandemic restrictions in place, city residents find alternative ways to welcome Year of the Ox
  • Tsim Sha Tsui night parade replaced with online market selling cookies, masks, delicacies

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A lion dance performance is traditionally part of the annual Lunar New Year night parade, cancelled this year due to the pandemic. Photo: Edmond So A lion dance performance is traditionally part of the annual Lunar New Year night parade, cancelled this year due to the pandemic. Photo: Edmond So
A lion dance performance is traditionally part of the annual Lunar New Year night parade, cancelled this year due to the pandemic. Photo: Edmond So
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