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  • makemy2005 makemy2005 Jan 31, 2014 9:22 AM Flag

    Chinese give Year of the Horse a toned-down welcome

    Reuters
    By Ben Blanchard and John Ruwitch
    January 30, 2014 8:24 AM




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    By Ben Blanchard and John Ruwitch

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese welcomed the arrival of the Year of the Horse with toned down celebrations on Thursday, as people heeded government pleas to set off fewer of the fireworks believed to bring good fortune, because of concern about air pollution.

    'Chinese New Year, which begins on Friday, is normally marked by riotous displays of fireworks and countless firecrackers, which are thought to bring good luck and scare off evil spirits.

    The fireworks blacken the skies with smoke for hours.

    With smog blanketing parts of northern, central and eastern China, including Beijing and the commercial hub of Shanghai, some people decided that a more subdued display was in order.

    While Beijing reverberated with fireworks and firecrackers, state media said sales had fallen and some residents said they would not be buying as many."

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