Photo of a fish warehouse in Vu Dai village was published in Anh newspaper

Guardian chooses a set of photos to let worldwide readers know that the Lunar New Year is still going on but not as excited as before because of Covid-19 translation.

The new Guardian newspaper gathers pictures of the Lunar New Year around the world, in which pictures of Bui Van Cuong wearing a gas mask to store fish. This image is only available in the famous Vu Dai fish warehouse village in Ha Nam, Vietnam. Photo: KHAM / Reuters

Lunar New Year welcoming atmosphere in Dao Quang temple in Garland, Texas, USA. Residents are watching JL Lion Dance Sport association members perform small-scale lion dance. Everyone wears masks. Photo: LM Otero / AP

Devotees release birds for New Year’s release to pray for good luck at Dharma Bhakti Temple in Jakarta, Indonesia. Photo: Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

Actor Lana Wong, dressed in traditional clothes, wearing a drop-proof mask is performing a New Year ritual at Wong Tai Sin Temple, Hong Kong. Photo: Vernon Yuen / Rex / Shutterstock

Girls wearing colorful traditional costumes go to temple ceremonies in Samut Prakan, Thailand. Photo: Chalinee Thirasupa / Reuters

A shaman celebrates salyr – a sacred fire-burning ritual in Shagaa (Lunar New Year) of the people of Tyva, Russia. Photo: Kirill Kukhmar / Tass

Matt Williams is a lion dance instructor at the World Eagle Claw dance troupe (Aldershot, UK) practicing with Greg Currie. This year, his lion dance shows with his colleagues were canceled because Covid-19 was complicated. Photo: Jeff Gilbert / Rex / Shutterstock

Khanh Tran (according to the Guardian )