CHINESE NEW YEAR: playing firework

By Ceci
@tiada123 (342)
Malaysia
February 15, 2018 7:04am CST
It is Chinese New Year eve today. The kids are started to paying firework after reunion dinner. Kids are enjoying with the fire. Have you ever played this? Do you like to play it too?
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• Philippines
15 Feb
happy chinese new year... yes before we have fireworks when still a kid now its banned here because of too much accident happening during new year
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@tiada123 (342)
• Malaysia
16 Feb
It's true if play those d.I.y
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• Philippines
16 Feb
@tiada123 yeah thats more risky
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@tiada123 (342)
• Malaysia
16 Feb
@Strawberry18 some got lost their figures accidently.
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@DianneN (79946)
• United States
20 Feb
I've enjoyed watching them, but was always too afraid to play with them.
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@tiada123 (342)
• Malaysia
20 Feb
The big firework show is nice.
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@DianneN (79946)
• United States
20 Feb
@tiada123 Those I love!!!!
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@tiada123 (342)
• Malaysia
20 Feb
@DianneN I remembered the firework show on 1st Jan New Year every big city around the world are so nice, just like a competition within them.
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• United States
24 Feb
Happy Chinese New Year. No fireworks here but there is at an Asian Community :)
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@tiada123 (342)
• Malaysia
24 Feb
Not you played too?
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• United States
24 Feb
@tiada123 I normally do watch it but not this year.
• United States
20 Feb
I am not sure the word 'play' is the correct term for something that is quite dangerous if not done correctly . . .
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@tiada123 (342)
• Malaysia
20 Feb
It's true, first, we buy those safe type for the kids to play, second, have to within the seeing radius of the adult when they are playing.
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@JudyEv (126361)
• Bunbury, Australia
16 Feb
I used to love fireworks but they are now banned in Australia. We still have official firework evenings which are very spectacular but as an individual we can't buy them now.
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@tiada123 (342)
• Malaysia
16 Feb
These types are for kids, legal