Year of the Pig celebrated in Prince Rupert

VIDEO and photo highlights from Chinese New Year in Prince Rupert on Feb. 9

Chinese New Year highlights from inside the Nisga’a Hall.

Photos by Nick Laws.

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Guests were treated to music, dance and great food (Nick Laws / The Northern View)

Pia Khaira and Alan Phuong perform their duelling pianos skit, the same one that won them Prince Ruperts Got Talent in 2018. (Nick Laws / The Northern View) Pia Khaira and Alan Phuong perform their duelling pianos skit, the same one that won them Prince Ruperts Got Talent in 2018. (Nick Laws / The Northern View)

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