Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 1:35 PM ET

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National Audio 1:35 PM ET

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NAT074 - (TRAVEL-Log-Chinese-New-Year) VANCOUVER. x-19s. Vancouver's Chinatown Spring Festival Parade rings in the Year of the Rooster on January 29th. One family of lion dancers with close ties to the annual parade is already practicing for the big day. Jun Ing is the chief co-ordinator of the parade and he recruited his son at a very young age to join his lion dancing team. ("..inspired by it.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: Jun Ing's son Angus Ing is now 17 and will perform in the parade as the head of a lion.

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NAT075 - (TRAVEL-Log-Chinese-New-Year) VANCOUVER. x-13s. One family in Vancouver's Chinese-Canadian community has been passing down the art of lion dancing for generations. Seventeen-year-old Angus Ing learned how to lion dance from his father, Jun Ing, chief coordinator of the Chinatown Spring Festival Parade. …

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