Gong Xi Fa Cai!
Baguio City welcomes the Year of the Fire Rooster as the New Year’s Eve parade was held yesterday, January 27, 2017. Personalities as well as local and national brands graced the occasion. Flocks of people witnessed the event and had fun watching (not to mention, got some goodies the parade participants threw at them [which it seems to be a symbol of good luck for the coming year]). We’re sorry for the bracket within the bracket.
Ms. Baguio 2016, Arianne Dia Gallotan
Baguio City Representative, Cong. Mark Go
I was only limited to where I was but it was a fair good vantage point for me.
Here are the other photos I took during the parade, in no particular order.
People from Baguio know what this is. We usually see it at 50s Diner.
Wushu Federation Philippines CAR Chapter
Messing with her is not on my list.
Right after the parade, I rushed to Session Road. I witnessed the Writings on the Road.
Happy Lunar New Year!
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