Lunar New Year preps finish up in California
STORY: About 10 workers were in a Bay-side warehouse on Monday (January 30), painting, drilling, applying glitter and more.
'So you’re going to see some rabbits that are very cute and fluffy, some of them are going to be a little bit more strong. Basically you’re going to just see a lot of different interpretations of the meanings of the new year, of the holiday and of course of the rabbit itself' said Stephanie Mufson, owner of The Parade Guys.
The parade this week comes after two acts of deadly violence involving the Chinese and Chinese-American community in California.