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Christ the tiger, or Christ the lion

Whether it is a tiger or a lion to signify Christ, the idea is to manifest Christ as majestic, courageous, and authoritative

Photos: Filipinos celebrate Lunar New Year with temple visits, prayers

Although predominantly Catholic, Filipinos are highly influenced by Chinese culture before the arrival of Spanish colonizers in the 1500s.

Photos: Filipinos celebrate Chinese influence on Lunar New Year

Chinese influence in the Philippines dates back to the 10th century, many years before the colonization of the islands by Spain

COVID pall over Vietnam’s pink incense village as Lunar New Year...

January is usually the busiest time of year for workers in Quang Phu Cau village on the outskirts of Hanoi

SPOTLIGHT: When the dragons and lions stopped dancing

The colorful festivities in Manila’s Chinatown, the oldest in the world, was gone. The dragon and lion dancers were nowhere to be seen.

Watch: ‘Up Close’ with Father John Mi Shen on the celebration...

Joe Torres is ‘Up Close' with Father John Mi Shen on the celebration of Chinese New Year in the midst of the pandemic

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