Chinese New Year 2018: See Stunning Photos Of The Most Colorful Holiday 

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People in Asia and all around the globe are celebrating the Lunar New Year on Friday, Feb. 16.

Nexter.org found amazing and most fascinating photos of the celebrations.

Take a look at the incredible parades and festivals that mark the biggest event in the Chinese calendar.

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A fire performance on the street is one of the oldest traditions.

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Lunar Year of Dog is celebrated in 2018. 

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A traditional dragon dance is performed ahead of the Lunar New Year.

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China is famous for its unbelievable fireworks shows.

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People gathered to perform a dragon dance in Mianyang.

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Folk artists perform a fire dragon dance under a shower of sparks from molten iron in Shangqiu, Henan province, China.

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A group of dancers perform ‘Liong’ or dragon dance.

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Source: EPA

Fireworks light up the sky during the Chinese New Year eve celebrations in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia.

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Cute panda cubs gathered to pose in Wolong, China.

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