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San Francisco welcomes the Year of the Dog with its annual Chinese New Year Parade

Kimberly Mitchell

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The Year of the Dog is finally upon us and to celebrate man’s best friend and Chinese culture, San Francisco hosted its annual Chinese New Year Parade, a tradition that has been around for 160 years.
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