WORLD NEWS 12/31/2018 12:04 pm ET From Hong Kong to Sydney, here’s how billions around the world are ringing in 2019. By Sarah Ruiz-Grossman People the world over are finding festive ways to usher in the 2019 new year, as the Gregorian calendar’s 2018 year comes to a close at midnight on Dec. 31. Many cities will use fireworks to celebrate the new year with a bang, as people in different countries carry out unique traditions ― from Spain, where they eat 12 grapes as the clock rings out the 12 strokes of midnight for good luck, to Brazil, where those celebrating beachside may run into the ocean’s waves. This is a developing story, come back for updates. Australia Check out this impressive fireworks countdown on Sydney Harbour Bridge!#SydNYE sets the standard for the rest of the world in #NewYearsEve celebrations https://t.co/p8tRI62nza pic.twitter.com/Q8GmSltqw2— ITV News (@itvnews) December 31, 2018 Happy New Year 🎉🥳💥🥂#SydNYE #NewYearsEve #2019 #NYE pic.twitter.com/Csf1hgJ0vI— Sydney Opera House (@SydOperaHouse) December 31, 2018 Singapore Goodbye 2018, hello 2019! Singapore celebrates the New Year with spectacular fireworks at the Marina Bay countdown party https://t.co/SklcKnvCmi pic.twitter.com/eYsqXZqoiL— Channel NewsAsia (@ChannelNewsAsia) December 31, 2018 Happy new year Singapore! Have a great 2019! 🎉🇸🇬🎆#HappyNewYear2019… Read full this story
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