This time of year, many stores display red hanging lanterns in advance of the Lunar New Year celebration, as in this section of Sunset Park, which has become one of the city’s biggest Chinese neighborhoods.
This time of year, many stores display red hanging lanterns in advance of the Lunar New Year celebration, as in this section of Sunset Park, which has become one of the city’s biggest Chinese neighborhoods. Beth J. Harpaz AP
This time of year, many stores display red hanging lanterns in advance of the Lunar New Year celebration, as in this section of Sunset Park, which has become one of the city’s biggest Chinese neighborhoods. Beth J. Harpaz AP

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