Chinese New Year...

@howard96h (11643)
New York, New York
February 17, 2007 1:59pm CST
sending good wishes to you for a healthy and happy New Year!
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• Philippines
17 Feb 07
thanks. you too kung hei fat choi!
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@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
22 Mar 08
Chinese new year had always been the happy festival season for the Chinese. When I was a kid, I received ang pow (red little paper envelope) from the elders who had married. It's a blessing and good wishes from them. It contains some cash inside and it serves as a decent income for the kids during Chinese New Year LoL. During the first few days, we usually take leave and relax ourselves while enjoying the festival. Usually we visit our relatives and friends, and gambling while gathering.
@howard96h (11643)
• New York, New York
23 Mar 08
That sounds like a good time and something you will always remember. Thanks for sharing this.
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@cheongyc (5075)
• Malaysia
23 Mar 08
Ya...Chinese New Year Festival each year are memorable. Not forgetting about all the New Year cookies and exciting New Year Season Movie. Usually we will having the reunion dinner at night of the New Year Eve. The purpose is to encourage all of us will go home and meet with parents at least once a year.
@naseefu (1607)
• India
7 Apr 08
chinese new year wishes.I know you started this one year ago.So it now new.Happy new year to you also,thanks
@howard96h (11643)
• New York, New York
7 Apr 08
Your welcome and thanks for responding.
@cultoffury (1283)
• India
18 Feb 07
Yeah, I know this is the Chinese year of Pig. I don't know many people does not like pigs. Many of my Muslim friends definitely don't. Also I think according Chinese there are 12 different years, I was born in the year of tiger, I think.
@howard96h (11643)
• New York, New York
18 Feb 07
Yes, I wish all my Chinese friends "congratulations and be prosperous".