Thursday Doors: Lunar New Year

This post is my contribution to Thursday Doors, a weekly door-lover’s group hosted by Dan Antion over at No Facilities.

It’s Lunar New Year here in Hong Kong (or Chinese New Year) from February 1 – February 15.  Lunar New Year is celebrated in many countries in Asia and Southeast Asia.

Sadly, most of the celebrations here in Hong Kong have been cancelled this year due to the arrival of Omicron.  Restaurants throughout the city are now closed after 6:00 pm and many shops are closed full-stop.  On the first day of Chinese New Year, my husband and I wandered down quiet streets to the Hong Kong Harbour to see the lights on the buildings along the waterfront.  Here are a few finds along the way and at the harbour.

Thank you for stopping by and Happy Lunar New Year!

For more doors from all around the globe, visit Dan at No Facilities.

12 Comments Add yours

  1. Sheree says:

    Some really unusual examples and so colourful

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    1. I’m glad you enjoyed, Sheree. Thanks! 🙂

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    Very nice doors. I applaud your effort. The photos of the harbor heights are stunning. Thanks for including those.

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    1. I couldn’t help myself. The harbour lights are amazing and this might be our last CNY in Hong Kong. Thank you for your lovely comments, Dan!

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    1. Thanks so much! 🙂

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  3. Sad to hear that the new year celebrations were interrupted. I hope the rest of your year is better

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    1. I have admit that I miss the fireworks, but I’m glad they are being careful here. Wishing you a happy year as well!! 🙂

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  4. Priti says:

    Superb ! 😊😊thanks.

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    1. That’s very sweet. I’m so glad you enjoyed! 🙂

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      1. Priti says:

        It’s my pleasure 👌❤God bless you.

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