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New Year’s eve in China

I would have written this post yesterday, but some how sitting in my office all day, didn’t help me remember that it was a “holiday.”

So last night I planned on taking a bunch of photos and videos for you all to enjoy, but then, nothing happened! At our school that sets of fireworks pretty much weekly, there was nothing to see. We could only just make out the rumbling in the distance. My wife was surprised that I had forgotten how unimportant it is here.

So here is something a bit more fun. This is how we celebrated the New Year in Longzhou, and why I always expect New Year’s Eve in China to be crazy. Students with fireworks and massive groups of students running around a bonfire. You can expect the full story sometime soon.

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I hope you all have a wonderful time tonight, and I wish you all a happy New Year.


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