Sunday, January 25, 2009

Happy Chinese New Year




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4 comments:

Freeallcards said...

How should the "Happy New Year" in Chinese really translate? The version I know is Kung Hei Fat Choi.
Enlighten me.

Til then!
Freeallcards
www.freeallcards.com

Anonymous said...

Oooh ... sorry if I mentioned it wrongly. I was only quoting what people use to advertise in Jakarta.
Thank you for your comments.

Dancesport Malaysia said...

"Happy New Year" in Chinese (Mandarin) is "Xin Nian Kuai Le" (Le is pronounced ler) or "Sun Nin Fai Lok" in Cantonese. (the word sun rhymes with fun).

Here's wishing everyone "A Happy Chinese Niu Year in the Year of the Ox (Niu in Chinese)!

See my blog for the origins of the Chinese Lion Dance. Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Dance Aficionado
www.dancesportmalaysia.blogspot.com

Multibrand said...

@Dance Aficionado
Thank you for your visit & clear explanation regarding how to greet Chinese New Year, which meant a lot for me. I'll visit your blog a.s.a.p.
Cheers,
Harry Nizam