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Chinese New Year in San Francisco

Get psyched to celebrate the Year of the Ram with these dazzling images of the Chinese New Year Parade and other Lunar New Year festivities

Exploring Chinatown ranks among the best things to do in San Francisco year-round, but during the Lunar New Year, the neighborhood explodes into a color-saturated, firecracker-lit spectacle. The Chinese New Year Parade, on March 7 this year, draws more than 3 million spectators. Get in the spirit before the event at one of the city’s best Chinese restaurants, and feast your eyes on these gorgeous images from past celebrations.

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