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Happy Chinese New Year (新年快樂) January 25, 2009

Posted by keithkchan in fun stuffs.
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Today is the Chinese New Year. The new year is the Year Of Ox. Happy new year to all my friends!

The following video is old, from the Year of Pig, so whenever you see a Pig, mentally replace it with an Ox.

In the Chinese new year, the most popular greeting is “Kung Hei Fat Choi”, which means that to wish you make more money. Frankly speaking, I don’t know why this one is the most popular, and probably we don’t interpret it literally. That is it wishes that you are generally fine in the new year. If I am at home, I will collect red packets from my relatives, which of course contains money.

Here is the Ox.


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