Saw Lion Style Gangnam Style…..an unsual twist to the traditional lion dance. A YouTube user (Ananda Prabu) had uploaded which made it easier for me to share it here. Of all the videos on the Gangnam Style Lion Dance, I find this one to be the best so far. This one is shot at the best [...]
Tomorrow will mark the last day of Chinese New Year. It is the 15th day of the first month of the Chinese lunar calendar. Also known as the Chinese Valentine Day, singles will go and throw Mandarin oranges to the lakes and rivers with their name and phone numbers written on it. Some would buy [...]
Festive mood is here and shops are starting to sell lots of Chinese deco in red colour. The CNY plastic flowers, red tanglungs, banner with wishes and stickers are on sale.
Hypermarkets and department stores are selling Chinese New Year clothings – especially ladies clothings like cheongsam. These traditional Chinese attire can be found for less than RM100 if bought from hypermarket. Just that for these budget items that are mass produced.
This year, Chinese New Year (CNY) will fall on 10 Feb (Sunday). The second day of CNY is 11 February (Monday). Due to the first day being on a Sunday, there would be a replacement public holiday off. That means, for normal office workers who did not take leave, they only need to get back to [...]
Right off Christmas, stores have starrted selling Chinese New Year cards. Year 2013 would be the year of the Snake many cards and CNY decorations would be based on the snake…. like the cute little cards below: Giving out Chinese New Year cards this year the old fashioned way? Or an ecard perhaps?
Here are the greetings featured in various advertising companies. Some of these messages are meaningful and creative so I decide to compile it here: My favourite is the one from Nestle- coz it’s really Malaysian: Nestle: “Oh, when will I stop giving you ang-pows?” “My unmarried grandchildren get asked this as I hand them their [...]
Would like to wish all celebrants a Happy Chinese New Year- drive safely back home. Many would start the rush back to their hometowns. Or like the trend in recent years, families would choose to celebrate in Kuala Lumpur. Here’s the New Year decoration at The Curve, located in Mutiara Damansara: