Китайцы встретили Год Кролика с зубастым драконом

4 Февраля 2011, 11:37

Фото К. Стулень, AFP

Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the Chinese community in India, play drums gathering in front of the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , A Chinese woman prepares to pray for the upcoming Lunar New Year at the Wenshu temple in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province on February 1, 2011. The nation's 1.3 billion inhabitants will welcome the Year of the Rabbit on the night of February 2-3 in a hugely important family event marked by feasts and a blaze of fireworks. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , This photo taken on February 3, 2011 shows a Chinese child holding a rabbit ballon during a temple fair in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province . In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous as millions of Chinese mark the Lunar New Year, hoping for a more tranquil time ahead as the old Year of the Tiger roars its last. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige
Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY
Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the Chinese community in India, play drums gathering in front of the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , A Chinese woman prepares to pray for the upcoming Lunar New Year at the Wenshu temple in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province on February 1, 2011. The nation's 1.3 billion inhabitants will welcome the Year of the Rabbit on the night of February 2-3 in a hugely important family event marked by feasts and a blaze of fireworks. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , This photo taken on February 3, 2011 shows a Chinese child holding a rabbit ballon during a temple fair in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province . In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous as millions of Chinese mark the Lunar New Year, hoping for a more tranquil time ahead as the old Year of the Tiger roars its last. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , This photo taken on February 2, 2011 shows a Chinese man carrying his child in his arm during a temple fair in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province. In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous as millions of Chinese mark the Lunar New Year, hoping for a more tranquil time ahead as the old Year of the Tiger roars its last. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , Fireworks light the night sky over Beijing to mark the start of the Lunar New Year early on February 3, 2011. Asia rang in the Year of the Rabbit on February 3 with fireworks, lion dances and prayers that the bunny will live up to its reputation for happiness and good fortune in 2011. In Beijing, as in cities across China, fireworks lit up the sky at midnight as millions of revellers celebrated the arrival of the Year of the Rabbit. AFP PHOTO / Peter PARKS , Fireworks light the night sky over Beijing on the eve of the Lunar New Year late on February 2, 2011. Asia rang in the Year of the Rabbit on February 3 with fireworks, lion dances and prayers that the bunny will live up to its reputation for happiness and good fortune in 2011. In Beijing, as in cities across China, fireworks lit up the sky at midnight as millions of revellers celebrated the arrival of the Year of the Rabbit. AFP PHOTO / Peter PARKS
Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the Chinese community in India, play drums gathering in front of the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , A Chinese woman prepares to pray for the upcoming Lunar New Year at the Wenshu temple in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province on February 1, 2011. The nation's 1.3 billion inhabitants will welcome the Year of the Rabbit on the night of February 2-3 in a hugely important family event marked by feasts and a blaze of fireworks. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , This photo taken on February 3, 2011 shows a Chinese child holding a rabbit ballon during a temple fair in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province . In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous as millions of Chinese mark the Lunar New Year, hoping for a more tranquil time ahead as the old Year of the Tiger roars its last. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , This photo taken on February 2, 2011 shows a Chinese man carrying his child in his arm during a temple fair in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province. In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous as millions of Chinese mark the Lunar New Year, hoping for a more tranquil time ahead as the old Year of the Tiger roars its last. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige
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Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the Chinese community in India, play drums gathering in front of the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , A Chinese woman prepares to pray for the upcoming Lunar New Year at the Wenshu temple in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province on February 1, 2011. The nation's 1.3 billion inhabitants will welcome the Year of the Rabbit on the night of February 2-3 in a hugely important family event marked by feasts and a blaze of fireworks. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , This photo taken on February 3, 2011 shows a Chinese child holding a rabbit ballon during a temple fair in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province . In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous as millions of Chinese mark the Lunar New Year, hoping for a more tranquil time ahead as the old Year of the Tiger roars its last. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , This photo taken on February 2, 2011 shows a Chinese man carrying his child in his arm during a temple fair in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province. In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous as millions of Chinese mark the Lunar New Year, hoping for a more tranquil time ahead as the old Year of the Tiger roars its last. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige , Fireworks light the night sky over Beijing to mark the start of the Lunar New Year early on February 3, 2011. Asia rang in the Year of the Rabbit on February 3 with fireworks, lion dances and prayers that the bunny will live up to its reputation for happiness and good fortune in 2011. In Beijing, as in cities across China, fireworks lit up the sky at midnight as millions of revellers celebrated the arrival of the Year of the Rabbit. AFP PHOTO / Peter PARKS
Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the Chinese community in India, play drums gathering in front of the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , A Chinese woman prepares to pray for the upcoming Lunar New Year at the Wenshu temple in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan province on February 1, 2011. The nation's 1.3 billion inhabitants will welcome the Year of the Rabbit on the night of February 2-3 in a hugely important family event marked by feasts and a blaze of fireworks. AFP PHOTO/GOU Yige
Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY
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Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY , Members of the Chinese community in India, play drums gathering in front of the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in China Town, Kolkata, on February 2, 2011. Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important day in the Chinese calendar, and is celebrated extensively throughout Asia. The New Year has different traditions depending on the region, but it is common to buy charms, decorations, and have traditional dances and parades with lion and dragon puppets. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY
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