Chinese New Year celebrations brighten Serbia's gray winter skies
CGTN Europe • 2m 6s
Serbians like a party – using any excuse to enjoy themselves and have a good time. That may explain why the country is among only a few in the world that celebrates two new years.
The regular new year starts on January 1 and the Orthodox Christian new year begins on January 14. Now, Serbia has added a third, celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year.
Three years ago, the southeastern European country started the tradition of marking the Chinese New Year with a lantern festival, inspired and organized by local artist Slobodan Trkulja. Authorities have supported the festival, and it is loved by both children and adults alike.
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