Inexpensice nice cheongsam designs and decorations from hypermarkets

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Most of us do not wear cheongsam, a traditional Chinese custome on daily basis to office. For us who, well, are not particularly rich….a nice cheongsam or CNY attire,  together with Chinese New Year decos from hypermarkets.

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The cheongsam with peacock designs quite capture my eye. And this year, being the year of the horse ….comes with cute horse dolls decoration.

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