Photos from WA Chinese New Years celebration

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Photos from WA Chinese New Years celebration

Performers from Boston's Chinese Folk Art Workshop dance in LED decorative lion suits.

Performers from Boston's Chinese Folk Art Workshop dance in LED decorative lion suits.

Anthony Cammalleri

Performers from Boston's Chinese Folk Art Workshop dance in LED decorative lion suits.

Anthony Cammalleri

Anthony Cammalleri

Performers from Boston's Chinese Folk Art Workshop dance in LED decorative lion suits.

Anthony Cammalleri, Co-Managing Editor

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Yesterday night, Saturday, February 10th, WA celebrated the upcoming Chinese New Year with food, music, and performances, all exhibiting Chinese culture and tradition. Here are some photos of the Westford community ringing in the year of the dog:

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  • Boston's Chinese Folk Art Workshop performs "Ode to Gallantry" dance.

  • Chinese Folk Art Workshop dancers perform a fan dancing number known as "The Moon on the Pond".

  • Performers from Boston's Chinese Folk Art Workshop dance in LED decorative lion suits.

  • Dancers from the Chinese Folk Art Workshop in Boston perform musical dance "Among the Flowers".

  • Junior Chris He opens up the night playing a Kangding Love Song on the cello.

  • Young chopstick dancers from the Chelmsford Chinese School Dance Team play with balloon animals while they eat before the show.

  • Principal James Antonelli (right), and Dean Dan Twomey (left), sit together with Twomey's children.

  • Student Sriharsha Ayyagary gets ready to sell raffle tickets in a dalmatian suit for the year of the dog.

  • Chinese Folk Art Workshop performers finish their "Among the Flowers" dance with a pose.

  • Yoyo masters from the Chinese Folk Art Workshop perform Chinese yoyo tricks.

  • Dancers from Boston's Chinese Folk Art Workshop perform an upbeat dance they call the "JingLing Dream".

  • Chinese Folk Art Workshop performers from Boston dance a routine called "Immersive".

  • Performers from the Chinese Folk Art Workshop in Boston open their show with synchronized percussion and dancing.

  • Junior Joey Shen plays Chopin's Etude Opus 10 No. 5 on the piano.

  • Decorative dragon streamers hang in the cafe, adding a festive appearance to the room.

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