Kentuckians Celebrate Chinese New Year

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 1/26 12:28 am

The Chinese New Year starts on February 2nd.

The Kentucky Chinese American Association (KYCAA) hosted their annual new year celebration at the Opera House on Saturday.

KYCAA is a non-profit and non-political organization that promotes the appreciation of Chinese culture and heritages.

Tonight there was a stage performances and a holiday market with the event.

Organizers said it’s become a tradition for people in Lexington and Kentucky who come from all cultural backgrounds.

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