An adorable celebration for Chinese New Year

  • PopPress
  • February 20, 2018
  • StopPress Team
An adorable celebration for Chinese New Year

As we enter the Year of the Dog, Chinese communities around the world have been celebrating this auspicious time.

In an ad for the Hong Kong Tourism Board, a young sister and brother see people preparing for the Chinese New Year and decide to make their own costume. They visit shops around Hong Kong, gathering bits and pieces to make a dragon head, a Chinese symbol of luck. 

Even though there is no dialogue, the ad is a sweet look at the anticipation and excitement during the annual celebration of family and new beginnings. 

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