The new year is coming to Asia, the second continent on the planet to welcome 2022. In Taiwan, welcome the new year with this fireworks display set in the Taipei 101 skyscraper. The event revived 12 bells and loud music. Change the calendar. For the first time, this fireworks demo has 3D effects, thanks to the fact that the capital has used all four interfaces.
In Hong Kong, they celebrated the arrival of 2022 with a New Year’s Eve party. Fireworks lit up the night sky with applause. Hong Kong prepared a concert for 3,000 people in which the famous pop group Mirror sang. It’s the first major New Year’s Eve event to be held here since 2018, due to cancellations due to the pandemic and political disagreements.
Auckland, New Zealand:
New Zealand authorities and organizers have canceled all massive celebrations due to end the year, including traditional fireworks, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although there will be a light show.
Despite being very successful in the COVID-19 vaccination campaign, with more than 90% of the target population using the full guideline and registering only a few cases per day, the authorities have opted for a conservative strategy.
So no visible and colorful fireworks display was shown in Auckland, the first major city to welcome 2022, organizers announced at the end of November.
Look at it again:
Who got 2022 first?
The citizens of the South Pacific island nation of Kiribati were the first to get the 2022, followed by the residents of Tokelau which belongs to New Zealand and then Samoa.
Kiribati’s population of over 110,000 entered on January 1 at 10.00 GMT on December 31 and the Twelve New Year’s chimes continue in Tokelau, Samoa and other Pacific countries.
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