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Chinese Lantern Festival

Video duration: 4:57

Living St. Louis producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Missouri Botanical Garden’s recent Lantern Festival exhibit. In the summer of 2012 the Missouri Botanical Garden hosted the first Chinese Lantern Festival ever held in the United States. The 26 giant displays were created by a team of 40 Chinese artisans.

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