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  1. COVID dampens Lunar New Year celebrations

  2. A woman takes a selfie with Chinese Lunar New Year decorations at Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Buddhist Temple in Jenjarom, Malaysia, January 28, 2022. REUTERS/HASNOOR HUSSAIN

  3. People pray at the temple to celebrate Lunar New Year in New Taipei City, Taiwan, January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Ann Wang

  4. A man uses his phone while walking past a lantern decoration installed inside a shopping mall, ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Tiger in Jakarta, Indonesia, January 29, 2022. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

  5. People wearing protective masks, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, walk past lantern decoration on Lunar New Year's Eve at China town in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

  6. Customers take a selfie in front of a decoration shop on Lunar New Year's Eve, in Hong Kong, China January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik

  7. A child in a tiger costume walks with a lantern ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year festivity at Yu Garden, following the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in Shanghai, China, January 28, 2022. REUTERS/Aly Song

  8. Divers perform an underwater dragon show at the Jakarta Aquarium and Safari ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year in Jakarta, Indonesia, January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

  9. Customers wearing face masks shop for decoration on Lunar New Year's Eve, in Hong Kong, China January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik

  10. Worshippers wearing face masks pray and touch a golden deer on Lunar New Year's Eve, at the Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong, China, January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik

  11. A child poses for pictures in front of an installation featuring a tiger, ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year of the tiger, as the pandemic of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in the country, at a shopping area in Beijing, China January

  12. A worshipper wearing a face mask makes offerings of incense sticks on Lunar New Year's Eve, at the Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong, China, January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik

  13. Staff members pose with “Fai Chun”, a traditional Chinese New Year decoration, at Main Media Centre, ahead of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Lunar New Year, in Beijing, China, January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

  14. People shop to celebrate the upcoming Lunar new year in Taipei, Taiwan, January 30, 2022. REUTERS/Ann Wang

  15. A worshipper wearing a face mask makes offerings of incense sticks on Lunar New Year's Eve, at the Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong, China, January 31, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik

  16. Decorative tiger statues are displayed for sale inside a stall at a shopping mall bazaar, ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year in Jakarta, Indonesia, January 29, 2022. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

  17. People stand near Chinese Lunar New Year decorations at Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Buddhist Temple in Jenjarom, Malaysia, January 28, 2022. REUTERS/HASNOOR HUSSAIN

  18. People wearing protective masks to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) walk through the Sea of Love bridge, that is decorated ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year, at the Jakarta Aquarium and Safari in Jakarta, Indonesia, January 31,

  19. A girl visits by an area decorated with lanterns ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year festivity at Yu Garden, following the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in Shanghai, China, January 28, 2022. REUTERS/Aly Song