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'China Night' at Jesse Auditorium celebrates the lunar new year

Saturday, February 13, 2010 | 11:29 p.m. CST
Chris Chen from Taiwan performs diabolo during "China Night" at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday night. The Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars organized the event to celebrate the lunar new year.

Chinese performers wow the crowd at "China Night" at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday night. The Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars organized the event to celebrate the lunar new year.

The audience enjoy the "China Night" performers at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday night. "China Night" was organized by the Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars to celebrate the lunar new year.
Nan Hao performs during "China Night" at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday night.
Chinese performers dance during "China Night" at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday night.
The audience watches as the Chinese performers dance at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday night. The Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars organized the event to celebrate the lunar new year.
Chinese performers dance during the "China Night" at Jesse Auditorium on Saturday night. The Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars organized the event to celebrate the lunar new year.

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