CHN | Feb 11, 2024

Greeting Chinese New Year with snow and ice dragons

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BEIJING, Feb. 6, 2024 | People watch dragon dance at the Qianmen Street in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 2, 2024. First created in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), the Beijing Central Axis, or Zhongzhouxian, stretches 7.8 kilometers between the Yongding Gate in the south of the city and the Drum Tower and Bell Tower in the north. Gates, palaces, temples, squares and gardens of the old city are all linked up to the axis. As the Spring Festival of the Year of the Dragon approaches, many festive elements with the theme of “dragon” have been spotted at the axis of Beijing, bringing citizens and tourists a journey of “dragon” culture through ancient and modern times. (Photo: Xinhua/Ju Huanzong)

Dragons signify luck in China.

As the Chinese Year of the Dragon approaches, discover Jilin Province’s spectacular snow and ice dragons, set to shine at the Spring Festival!


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