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72) in New Springville. The Chinese new year celebration helped kick off the Year of the Rooster, which started on Jan. 28. According to Principal Julie Tam, almost 200 people attended the event. "It's a once-a-year tradition," said Tam. The event opened with a lion dance -- a traditional dance in Chinese culture --performed by Tak Wah Kung-Fu Club, Shaolin Temple of Manhattan. The dance, led by Sifu Paula Wong, is a favorite among the children. "The costume is colorful and the noise of the drums is supposed to scare the evil away and welcome the new year," said Tam. The students also gave a performance of the "Three Little Pigs" and sang "It's a Small World." The celebration also featured the "Thank You Song," in which students accompanied the music with sign language. "It was very touching," said Tam. "The lyrics say how you should be thankful for everything and to appreciate what you have around you." The performance took place in the cafeteria this year, instead of on stage in the auditorium, due to renovations at the school.
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