No Reunion Dinner for this year

@peachpurple (12851)
Malaysia
February 15, 2018 10:59am CST
Today is the eve of Chinese New Year. This is the time of the year where every adult children in the family gather together to have a reunion dinner either at home or dine out at restaurant for a feast of dinner with love ones. However, this year, my hubby isn't going back for the reunion dinner. Hence, we will be having our OWN reunion dinner at a western restaurant instead. You may wonder why, well, it is better not to have a reunion dinner with argument left unsettled, right? No point to dine together while facing with anger at each other. Anyway, we had a lovely dinner; Grilled Chicken Chop, Bacon Jacket Mashed Potato, Raisin Fried Rice and Pork Sausage Pizza !!! Simply delicious !
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@amadeo (63936)
• United States
15 Feb
Sounds great there.Enjoy!
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
16 Feb
thanks, dinner was great but expensive.
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@amadeo (63936)
• United States
16 Feb
@peachpurple they are always expensive at the reunion thing.That is how they make their money
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
19 Feb
@amadeo yes you are right, they profit a lot by hiking up the price
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• Philippines
15 Feb
Are you a Chinese? Well I hope everything is settle right now. God bless.
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
16 Feb
Yes I am a chinese, nope everything is not settle yet...
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@Daelii (5032)
• United States
15 Feb
I'm glad you had a nice dinner
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
16 Feb
Yes, it was splendid
@prashu228 (25820)
• India
15 Feb
Glad you enjoyed with your family
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
16 Feb
Thanks, dinner with my kids and hubby was great
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@aureliah (14842)
16 Feb
Wow that is some good dinner right there. Do you celebrate the Chinese Year in Malaysia?
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
16 Feb
yes, we celebrate Chinese new year in Malaysia too, just alike Taiwan, CHina, Singapore because there are many CHinese community here
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@aureliah (14842)
18 Feb
@peachpurple I thought that it was only celebrated in China
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
19 Feb
@aureliah oh no, it is celebrated in most part of the world where there are chiNese families, such as Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Taiwan, China, USA, Hongkong, Macau, Indonesia and many more!
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@JohnRoberts (54291)
• Los Angeles, California
15 Feb
Good that you enjoyed dinner.
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
15 Feb
thanks, feeling very happy and contented
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@ptrikha_2 (7929)
• India
24 Feb
A great way to celebrate a special day. Such days are reasons to eat without feeling sinful.