January 17, 2022

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Video |  The world's biggest cities are starting to get 2022

Video | The world’s biggest cities are starting to get 2022

Tabe, Taiwan:

New Year is coming in Asia, the second continent of the planet to receive 2022. They welcomed the New Year with this fireworks display made in the Taipei 101 skyscraper building in Taiwan. Twelve bells and loud music cheered the event. Calendar change. For the first time, this pyrotechnic demonstration has 3D effects, thanks to the use of capital four interfaces.

In Hong Kong they celebrated the arrival of 2022 with a New Year’s Eve concert. Firecrackers lit up the night sky and raised applause. Hong Kong has prepared a concert for 3,000 people sung by the popular pop band Mirror. This is the first major New Year’s Eve event to be held here since 2018, due to cancellations due to epidemics and political controversy.

Sydney, Australia:

Auckland, New Zealand:

New Zealand officials and organizers have canceled all massive celebrations, including traditional fireworks, scheduled for the end of the year due to the Govt-19 epidemic, although the light show will remain.

Despite the huge success of its vaccination campaign against Govt-19, authorities have opted for a conservative strategy, with more than 90% of the target population using full guidance and registering only a few cases daily.

As the organizers announced at the end of November, the first major city to welcome 2022, Auckland, did not have the display and colorful fireworks.

Look again:

Who was the first recipient of 2022?

The citizens of Kiribati, an island nation in the South Pacific, first received 2022, followed by New Zealanders living in Tokelau and Samoa.

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More than 110,000 people from Kiribati arrived at 10.00 GMT on January 1 and December 31, and the twelfth hour of the New Year continues in Tokelau, Samoa and other Pacific countries.