Lunar New Year traditions at YWCA


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Though less well-known than their Men’s counterpart, the Flushing YWCA actively works for the benefit of women and is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. On Tuesday, February 9, local women gathered for some Lunar New Year festivities at the Y, located at 42-07 Parsons Boulevard. […]

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Lunar New Year traditions at YWCA


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Though less well-known than their Men’s counterpart, the Flushing YWCA actively works for the benefit of women and is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. On Tuesday, February 9, local women gathered for some Lunar New Year festivities at the Y, located at 42-07 Parsons Boulevard. […]

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Lunar New Year kickoff at Flushing Town Hall


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With the Lunar New Year fast approaching, South Korean music and dance troupe Noreum Machi will kick off Flushing Town Hall’s month-long celebration of the Year of the Tiger. Although the beginning moment of 4707, the Year of the Golden (White Metal) Male Tiger, is on Sunday, February 14 in China, the performance will take […]

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Lunar New Year Parade


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Transplant yourself into the action of the 2008 Lunar New Year parade in Flushing with this video on the event. Check out the brilliant movements of parade dragons, lions and kung fu experts; hear from spectators and parade officials; and watch revelers sing and dance as they welcome the ‘Year of the Rat.’ Video By […]

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Lunar New Year Parade


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In celebration of the Year of the Rat, crowds came out this past weekend to watch the 13th annual Lunar New Year Parade in Flushing. Dragons and lion dancers marched up Main Street (photo above) as four-year-old Joanna Lin caught confetti (photo right). The parade route stretched from Union Street at 37th Avenue to Main […]

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