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World's Largest Lit Image For Chinese Lunar New Year
Latest Updated by 2006-01-20 11:37:02

The largest lit image in the world adds to Guangzhou citizens' thrill of celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year. Guangzhou's highest building, the CITIC Plaza, unveiling the largest lit image in the world early this week. The lit image includes a sentence that reads "Seven Types of Happiness Approach" in Chinese.

The enormous image is 160 meters tall and covers 7,000 square meters, equivalent to an international-sized football field.

Editor: Wing

By:Michelle Source:Radio Guangdong website
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