Chinese New Year

DIY Chinese New Year decor: Ang Pow Carousel Lantern

DIY Chinese New Year decor: Ang Pow Carousel Lantern

We are going to make Lantern out of Red Packets. Let photo tell you the step.
I don’t know what to call this. I can’t find any auspicious name for it but since it looks like a carousel to me, we shall refer it as Ang Pow Carousel Lantern.

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How to Prepare for Chinese New Year

How to Prepare for Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year begins on the first day of the Lunar calendar, so it is also called Lunar New Year, and it is considered the beginning of the Spring, that’s why it’s sometimes being called the Spring Festival. Chinese New Year is the most important celebration to Chinese, simply because – it’s the longest holiday for Chinese. :)

Modern Chinese seems forget about its original tradition. Let’s learn the traditions and customs of Chinese New Year and get yourselves prepared for the Chinese New Year. More

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What Colour to Wear on the First Day of Chinese New Year

What Colour to Wear on the First Day of Chinese New Year

To ensure life isn’t as curvy as Snakeous scaled body ahead in 2013, Chinese typically should receive the First Lunar Calendar Day 初一 with new attire in the right colour.

So, in which colour code to put on then? According to the forecast chart provided by XXX, light green, yellow, light beige are the most favoured colour this year. More

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Chinese New Year Wishes

Chinese New Year Wishes

You are missing your close friend… Why not convey Chinese New Year greetings to him/her and surprise. Chinese New Year wishes are not just for your loved ones but, for all those whom you care for. Express your affection and happiness by adding cute Chinese New Year messages with you gifts and greetings.

You can also, send Chinese New Year quotes and saying to make it look very impressive. Here are beautiful Chinese New Year wishes which you can add with your e-cards or send as text messages: More

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DIY Chinese New Year Decorations from Ang Pow

DIY Chinese New Year Decorations from Ang Pow

Too much ang pow (red packet/red envelope) – but no good way to dispose them? Here is some meaningful and environmental-friendly way putting ang pow into a good use: More

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God of Fortune Wallpaper 2013

God of Fortune Wallpaper 2013

Print them out and paste on to the wall to receive the Best of Fortune in Snake’s year 2013! Her101 editors uploaded best quality of God of Fortune wallpaper so that you can get your job done without stepping outside. The God of Fortune Wallpaper is snapshot from the application on Apple iDevices eg. iPad, iPhone, iPod …etc – the iGod Wealth which is developed by a local company called Bestens Sdn. Bhd. Apps can be downloaded, here.

 Gong Xi Fa Da Cai! 恭喜发大财!

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God of Fortune has come to my house! 财神到我家!

God of Fortune has come to my house! 财神到我家!

Gong Xi Fa Cai! (May you stay prosperity!)

Chinese in thousands years ago prayed for God of Fortune to stop by their houses during Chinese New Year to offer them prosperity of life. Even after so many rounds of revolution, even there wasn’t any real case reported, the Chinese today, regardless of where they reside, still in strong belief that God of Fortune does exist.
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3 Tips Getting Recharged after Holiday

3 Tips Getting Recharged after Holiday

Don’t feel like going to office tomorrow after a crazy-long holiday that lasted more a week? It’s normal. Please think of a solid excuse if you are considering skipping your work tomorrow. Try avoid some less-convincing ideas such as “I’m pregnant!” that can only be used once in a loooooong while… More

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