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Saturday, 28 January 2017

Xin Nian Kuai Le/Happy New Year

Today is the first day of Chinese New Year. Early morning I went with Papa to the temple to offer food to our ancestors .

See! Mamarazzi got me this lovely Tee. Gong Hey Fatt Choy which means abundance of wealth  to you. 


May you have plenty of "pomelo". In Cantonese , pomelo is known as "luk yau" which sound like "lor yau" (have abundance ). May you have abundance of everything .

Till we meet again...Ciao!

26 comments:

  1. Wishing U and your family abundance in all your endeavours this year, lil kitten ... especially abundance regarding health and happiness ... smiles ... Love, cat. PS: I will be going to Bali in February ... that's relatively close to you ... will be thinking of you while there ... smiles ...

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    1. Thanks Cat.


      Wah ...Bali...a very nice place to visiit. Lol...be careful of the naughty monkeys at some of the tourist spots.

      Love the art works there. They are very talented.

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  2. Great photos! Happy New Year to you all! :)

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  3. HAPPY NEW YEAR! You are looking GOOD! I love your big beautiful smile in the first picture. Today we are going to a Chinese New Year's party! It is for our granddaughter, who is Chinese.

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    1. Thanks Ginny

      It's very good of your family to teach your grand daughter of her heritage. She is very lucky to have the best of both worlds

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  4. Wishing you abundance, Young Man!

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  5. Happy New Year to you and everyone at home Kathy.

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  6. Happy CNY to you guys too! xoxo

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    1. Thanks Shirley . Happy Chinese New year to you too

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  7. Happy Chinese New Year to all in Kucing Family!

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  8. Qong Xi Fai Cai!!! Got lots of big big ang pao?

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    1. Thanks Cikgu.. lol.....still waiting for more muahahahaha

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  9. Baru I tahu pomela means yau yau yau... no wonder I see many stalls selling these green balls... hahaha...

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    1. Lol...loh yau loh yau. Good meaning leh

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  10. Hope i am not too late in wishing you Happy Lunar New Year...

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    1. Not too late not too late.....


      Gong xi fatt chai to you too

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  11. Kong hee fatt choy to you!

    I thought 'lor yau' means something else.. err nvm haha.

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    1. Kakakakkakaka...that one also can...depending on the tone...

      Kung hei kung hei 😊

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  12. Kong hee fatt choy..that is a nice tee! May it be a prosperous year for you and your family :D

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