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PHOTOS: Chinese New Year Parade In D.C.

Students of the New World Bilingual Institute at George Mason University perform in the 2013 Chinese New Year parade in D.C. 
Jared Angle
Students of the New World Bilingual Institute at George Mason University perform in the 2013 Chinese New Year parade in D.C. 

Thousands of people turned out to watch the Chinese New Year Parade through Chinatown in downtown D.C. on Sunday, Feb. 10. The parade included speeches from D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray and many colorful performers, including many doing traditional dragon dances. 

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