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Sydney CelebratesFireworks explode over and around the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House during new year celebrations to ring in 2013.
People look at the Tokyo Tower, which was illuminated to celebrate the New Year countdown.
People released balloons as the Tokyo Tower was illuminated to celebrate the New Year.
Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon and participants hit a traditional bell to welcome the new year at Bosingak pavilion.
Fireworks light the sky over Victoria Harbour during a pyrotechnic show to celebrate the New Year in Hong Kong.
Hong KongFireworks light the sky over Victoria Harbour during a pyrotechnic show to celebrate the New Year in Hong Kong.
As America and Europe gear up to celebrate New Year's Eve 2013, countries in the most eastern portion of the world have already rang in the New Year, with lavish celebrations in Tokyo, Australia, Hong Kong and South Korea.
Fireworks lit up the night sky over Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong. Citizens were also treated to a pyrotechnics show to welcome in 2013.
A New Year's Eve celebration in central Seoul was not as flashy, with Park Won-soon, the South Korean city's mayor, literally ringing in 2013 with the help of participants by hitting a traditional bell in Bosingak pavilion.
The Tokyo Tower was lit up for the occassion as New Year's Eve 2013 celebrants released white balloons.
In Australia, the iconic Syndey Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge were illuminated by a lavish fireworks show. Australians were among the first in the world to celebrate 2013.
The United States, South America and Europe are still waiting to ring in 2013. If you live in an area still waiting for the new year to arrive, just click through the slideshow of celebrations around the world to get a glimpse of what's to come.