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Tokyo, Beijing, Melbourne: A Lowdown Of How Countries Welcome 2022

While the year 2021 was marked by by the ongoing pandemic that has held the entire world hostage since 2020, the world has, despite the facing the huge challenge of ending the menace of the virus, greeted the new year 2022 with hope and optimism.

As the world welcome the New year, here is few countries welcomed the year 2022 in different styles and at different time zones.

Japan

Tokyo hosts one of the world’s largest New Year’s Eve events. The event at Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, however, has been canceled, as it was last year.

Singapore

On the eve of New Year’s Eve 2022, Singapore Beam lights are visible projected from the top of the Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore on December 31, 2021.

New Zealand

Auckland, New Zealand, celebrates the arrival of the year 2022 with fireworks.

Australia

Every year, three hours before midnight, three hours before the major show at midnight, the “family fireworks” fill the sky over the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge on New Year’s Eve in Sydney on December 31, 2021.

Melbourne, Australia

On the Yarra River shoreline in Melbourne, Australia, people watch a sunset fireworks show for children and families while celebrating New Year’s Eve.

Seoul

On New Year’s Eve in Seoul, South Korea, the digits 2022 are displayed on the world’s fifth tallest building, the Lotte World Tower, to commemorate the 2022 New Year.

Sydney, Australia.

During New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney, fireworks burst over the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

Thailand

In Bangkok, Thailand, people celebrate New Year’s Eve despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

China

In Beijing, China, attendees cheer as artificial snow from a foam machine is thrown overhead during a New Year’s Eve event.

Meanwhile, the raging Covid-19 pandemic has curtailed extravagant festivities by family and friends, as well as worship centers, since several governments have issued warnings over worries of the Omicron strain of COVID-19 spreading through huge gatherings.

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While the year 2021 was marked by by the ongoing pandemic that has held the entire world hostage since 2020, the world has, despite the facing the huge challenge of ending the menace of the virus, greeted the new year 2022 with hope and optimism.

As the world welcome the New year, here is few countries welcomed the year 2022 in different styles and at different time zones.

Japan

Tokyo hosts one of the world’s largest New Year’s Eve events. The event at Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, however, has been canceled, as it was last year.

Singapore

On the eve of New Year’s Eve 2022, Singapore Beam lights are visible projected from the top of the Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore on December 31, 2021.

New Zealand

Auckland, New Zealand, celebrates the arrival of the year 2022 with fireworks.

Australia

Every year, three hours before midnight, three hours before the major show at midnight, the “family fireworks” fill the sky over the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge on New Year’s Eve in Sydney on December 31, 2021.

Melbourne, Australia

On the Yarra River shoreline in Melbourne, Australia, people watch a sunset fireworks show for children and families while celebrating New Year’s Eve.

Seoul

On New Year’s Eve in Seoul, South Korea, the digits 2022 are displayed on the world’s fifth tallest building, the Lotte World Tower, to commemorate the 2022 New Year.

Sydney, Australia.

During New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney, fireworks burst over the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

Thailand

In Bangkok, Thailand, people celebrate New Year’s Eve despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

China

In Beijing, China, attendees cheer as artificial snow from a foam machine is thrown overhead during a New Year’s Eve event.

Meanwhile, the raging Covid-19 pandemic has curtailed extravagant festivities by family and friends, as well as worship centers, since several governments have issued warnings over worries of the Omicron strain of COVID-19 spreading through huge gatherings.

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