SNAKE YEAR 2013

KLANG 10 February 2013. A Chinese devotee walked out after prays on the day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A Chinese devotee walked out after prays on the day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A Chinese devotee prays on the day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A Chinese devotee prays on the day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A Chinese devotee prays on the day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A Chinese devotee prays on the day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A child taking a picture upon arrival with his family to pray on the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A child taking a picture upon arrival with his family to pray on the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A Chinese devotee walked out after prays on the day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

KLANG 10 February 2013. A Chinese devotee walked out after prays on the day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, the ceremony aims to apply the blessing, get good luck and live safely from the disaster, the Year of the Snake began on 10 February which was the first day of the Chinese New Year calendar at Thean Hock Keong Temple also known as Snake Temple. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

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