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Chinese festival lights up botanical garden

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The Peacock in the Peacocks and Birds display was one of 30 light displays at the Chinese Lights exhibit in City Park's Botanical Gardens. The Chinese Lights exhibit will be on display from February 23 to May 1.

The Peacock in the Peacocks and Birds display was one of 30 light displays at the Chinese Lights exhibit in City Park's Botanical Gardens. The Chinese Lights exhibit will be on display from February 23 to May 1.

The Peacock in the Peacocks and Birds display was one of 30 light displays at the Chinese Lights exhibit in City Park's Botanical Gardens. The Chinese Lights exhibit will be on display from February 23 to May 1.

Zach Brien, Senior Staff Photographer

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China Lights at New Orleans City Park transformed the Botanical Gardens into a Chinese lantern display, created by a team of over 100 artists and the technical staff at Sichuan Tianyu. The festival features pieces designed in Zigong, China and will be running from February 23 through May 1, 2016.

 

The Peacock in the Peacocks and Birds display was one of 30 light displays at the Chinese Lights exhibit in City Park's Botanical Gardens. The Chinese Lights exhibit will be on display from February 23 to May 1.

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Zach Brien, Senior Staff Photographer

Zach is a mass communication senior with a focus in journalism and a minor in New Orleans studies. Previously, he has served as a staff photographer, assistant photo editor, and three semesters as photo editor. This semester he is excited to be the senior staff photographer. When he is not making pictures for the Maroon, he is making pictures for the New Orleans Advocate and Uptown Messenger. His favorite subjects are live music, sports and New Orleans culture. After graduation, he hopes to make pictures for a publication in New Orleans, his hometown.

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