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January 11, 2017 REUTERS/Bob Strong/Files 2/3 left right Cars drive over Donner Pass on Interstate 80 during a winter storm near Truckee, California, U.S. January 11, 2017. REUTERS/Bob Strong 3/3 By Timothy Mclaughlin | CHICAGO CHICAGO A winter storm battered a large swath of the central United States on Sunday with ice and freezing rain, creating dangerous driving conditions that caused at least five traffic-related deaths and leaving thousands without power. Ice storm warnings and winter weather advisories were in effect for parts of 10 states, stretching from New Mexico to Wisconsin from the storm that has clobbered the region since Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri were particularly hard hit. The weather service also issued a tornado watch for large parts of Texas and a tornado warning for just west of Waco. Temperatures will start to move above freezing beginning on Monday for large parts of the region, said Chris Jakub, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Wichita, Kansas. "When we get our significant freezing rain and icing in the Central Plains, it is usually a two- to three-day event," Jakub added. "This is going to continue through Sunday night and into the morning." A quarter to a half inch of ice (0.6 cm to 1.2 cm) was forecast for most of Kansas, the Weather Service said. Ice downed trees and power lines, particularly in northwest Oklahoma, where thousands of people were without power. At least three people died in traffic accidents in Missouri due to icy conditions, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.
This traditional parade - led by a spectacular 175-foot dragon - has become as big an event in Manchester as it is in any global city. Thousands line the route from Albert Square to Chinatown, where there are additional lion dances, street markets, and stages for dancing, music, and acrobatics set up, plus a funfair. Timings for the day are: 12pm: Dragon arrives and musicians perform in Albert Square 1pm: The Dragon Parade leaves Albert Square 2pm-5pm: Stage shows and fun fair opens in Chinatown 6pm: Fireworks finale over Chinatown When: 12pm-6pm, January 29 Where: Exchange Square When is Chinese New Year? It's when the Terracotta Warriors arrive in Manchester Food has always been a feature of the Chinatown market, typically indulged in after the dragon's arrival. But this year, a giant red marquee will be setting up home in St Anns Square to host some of the citys best Chinese food and drink purveyors - including Yang Sang, Dim Sum Su, Rice Bowl, Mei Meis Street Cart and Tampopo. Provided by Manchester Evening News Expect to be eating some of the traditional foods of the season, such as steamed buns (Gau Bau), Jianbing, and dim sum. Cantonese kitchen Yang Sing will be hosting additional family-friendly dim sum making workshops, competitions, and prize giveaways as it celebrates its 40th year. When: 11am-7pm, January 26-29 Where: St Ann's Square Part of the plan to get us posting pretty pictures on social media this year, a glittering giant Golden Dragon will be bedding in to its river-side spot in Greengate Square, just across the River Irwell into Salford. Provided by Manchester Evening News Here you can selfie snap your encounter with him and post it using the hashtag #chinesenewyearMCR. When: 10am-8pm, January 26-29 Where: Greengate Square, opposite Manchester Cathedral HOME has invited some of the top names in contemporary Chinese cinema to bring their latest shorts films to Manchester - many of them drawn from the Hong King International Film Festivals Beautiful series, which includes work from the likes of Jia Zhangke, Lu Yue, Tsai Ming-Liang and Ann Hui.
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