Happy Chinese New Year

@kaka135 (13413)
Malaysia
January 26, 2009 2:17am CST
This is the first day of Chinese New Year, I think most Chinese are busy celebrating this big festival. I have gone back to my hometown, where I hardly can connect to Internet, so I will be away from myLot for about a week. I usually follow my parents to visit my relatives on the first day of Chinese New Year, and also this is my first Chinese New Year after married. As I am 9 month pregnant now, and I do not feel comfortable to travel so much to visit the relatives, thus I just stay at home only. I am back to my mum's house now, and finally I can connect to Internet, so I just come to visit myLot. Happy Chinese New Year to everyone!!
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15 responses
@Barry1120 (153)
• China
26 Jan 09
hello kaka: "XinNianHao!" first,thanks for your replied in my post,and then congratulations for the new life,,,eventually wish you and your family all have n nice festival!
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. ^_^
• India
26 Jan 09
Hello my friend kaka135 Ji, Many many happy New Years to come and may God give you great Gift today of mother-hood. There is no other greater gift for any women, other than mother-hood. It is simply great. I think, your side also, daughter remains with their mother, during this time of mother. I feel the same, as I too klept my daughter with us during her first ever attainment of motherhood. Wishing evryone a very happy new Year. may god bless you and have great time.
@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. I'm looking forward for my first son. ^_^
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• India
11 Feb 09
Hello my friend kaka135 Ji, When he is arriving. We are all interested to greet him. May god bless you and new arrival both and have a great time.
• India
2 Feb 09
Happy Chinese New Year, Kaka! Or am I too late? LOL! I was a bit busy and couldn't Mylot properly for days. So, hope you had a great time. :) Cheers and happy Mylotting
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. ^_^ It's always not too late.... Actually there are 15 days for the Chinese New Year, yesterday was the 15th day of Chinese New Year.
• China
30 Jan 09
Well ,when I read your topic ,the holiday will be over in a day.I am also very happy ,enjoying the traditional festival with my family and relatives.But unluckily,it is quite difficult for many of us to return to our hometown and our work place.The tickets are quite difficult to buy.If these problems are resolved ,I think we will be much happier enjoying our holidays.
@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response. Yeah, I understand it's very difficult to get tickets during the festival periods, last time I always needed to buy the tickets much earlier before the festival. Luckily, my office always allowed us to take leave before the festival, so we can plan the holiday earlier.
@cynthiann (18576)
• Jamaica
27 Jan 09
Happy New Year to you as well kaka and please let us know when you have had the baby. Blessings
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. Yeah, I'll be really happy to announce the good news when my baby comes to the world.
@lingli_78 (12852)
• Australia
27 Jan 09
happy chinese new year to you too... unfortunately, i can't spend time with my parents and relatives during this festive season as they are so far away from me... but at least i managed to spend time with my elder brother, sis-in-law and my nephew... we have a nice dinner together for 2 days in a row... hope this year will bring many good things to you... take care and have a nice day...
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. ^_^ Hope you'll have a good year too.
@vidhyavini (6112)
• India
27 Jan 09
Hey Kaka. Happy New Year. Have a wonderful year. All the best.
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. ^_^
• Canada
27 Jan 09
Happy Chinese New Year! Well, I have hardly any relatives in Canada so we don't really celebrate it here. But it's always a big deal for my relatives in China. They eat and party a lot, and pretty much everyone comes home to celebrate.
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. ^_^
@gracie04 (4556)
• Philippines
27 Jan 09
Chinese New year is the most celebrated festival of chinese people.. It was yesterday when year of the OX started.. i've seen in the news how chinese people here in the Philippines celebrated the new year. It was fun as there have been dragon dances, contests and fireworks display..
@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response. Yeah, there are many activities during Chinese New Year.
@suzzy3 (8401)
26 Jan 09
Have a good Happy New Year and enjoy yourself and I hope you enjoy your time with your family and put your feet up as well.
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. ^_^
@youless (82765)
• Guangzhou, China
26 Jan 09
As you can see, I am not as very active as the past days. Because right now it's the Chinese New Year:) I need to relax myself and enjoy good time with my family. Everything will be slow down. I just want to squeeze a little bit time here. I hope you will have an adorable and healthy baby this year:) By the way, this year it seems more of my friends are pregnant:) I love China
@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response. I've been away for the whole Chinese New Year too, without Internet connection.
• Indonesia
26 Jan 09
Happy Chinese New Year, Gong Xi Fa Cai That's always nice to be back to our hometown. I will never get such a luxurious chance. I live in my hometown In my country also many activities celebrating this event. It is raining now so I prefer to watch them on TV. It is said that raining on the Chinese New Year is good sign, bringing us prosperity. I don't know. For me, to rain and not to rain is always a good sign. Happy waiting for your baby as well :)
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
26 Jan 09
Hi there, thanks for your response. Yeah, it's always nice to go back to hometown, but it's even nicer if you stay in your hometown always, right? Usually it's very hot and sunny day during Chinese New Year in my country, but this year, it's been always raining. I do not know if it's a good sign or not, but I think it's good as we don't feel that hot.
@Rainegurl (2158)
• Philippines
26 Jan 09
Hi, kaka Happy New Year! I'm not Chinese but there are a lot of Chinese here in our place. They give away mooncakes and other Chinese delicacies. Chinatown looks bright and we are anticipating some fireworks. I guess I can say that we celebrate Chinese New Year too! Kiong Hee Huat Chay!
@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
26 Jan 09
Hi there, thanks for your response. You mean the Chinese over your place give away moon cakes too? Usually we have moon cakes for another Chinese festival. I think it'd be fun if you go to China town, even though you are not Chinese. Kiong Hee Huat Chay!!
@zhuhuifen46 (3488)
• China
26 Jan 09
Happy New Year! And congratulations for the little life. Happy mylotting, and take care.
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@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
26 Jan 09
Hi there, thanks for your response. Happy Mylotting!
@j47lee (743)
• Canada
27 Jan 09
Happy chinese new year......I went to see the lions during the new year eve in Pacific mall... it was fun..... next day went to see more lion dances in a nearby mall called Woodside square... visited my aunt... gave red packets.. called hung pao to my nieces and nephews... had dinner at my aunt's place.. and now im back home... hehe... thats how i celebrated Chinese New year..
@kaka135 (13413)
• Malaysia
10 Feb 09
Hi there, thanks for your response and greeting. ^_^ I didn't see any lion dances this year, and this is the first year I gave away red packets to the young people. It's fun.