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CNY Wears

Let’s checked what i’ve found for my daughter this coming Chinese New Year festival. Last Tuesday i was working outstation at Kluang, Johor. So, after working i went to Kluang’s mall to do some shopping. Let’s check out my purchases…

Picture 1: My Daughter’s Cutie Shirt

Picture 2: My Daughter’s Hot Cutie pant

Besides that, i also make some cny purchases for my parents and myself…

Picture 3: My Dad’s Shirts


Picture 4: My Mum’s Shirt

Picture 5: My CNY’s Shirt

The green, blue & black stripe NIC Regular’s shirt just nice and i  love it very much.  The original price is RM99.90, i got 20% discount and it cost me RM79.92.

Expensive it is?

The white, black & magenta Antioni’s shirt = RM 59.90.

No discount is given…best buy!

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Chinese New Year

The Year of Tiger

Chinese New Year is just around the corner. The first day of the lunar New Year 2010 falls on the 14th of February, which is Saint Valentine’s Day, so it is a day the West celebrates as a lovers’ day, a day of romance. What a wonderful date. For all the chinese around the world that will celebrating this big festival, i wish them Happy Chinese New Year and “Gong Xi Fa Chai”

According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2010 is the year of a Golden Tiger. To the Chinese, it is the start of the Golden Tiger Year. The Tiger is the third sign in the cycle of Chinese Zodiac, which consists of 12 animal signs. It is a sign of courage. This fearless and fiery fighter is revered by the ancient Chinese as the sign that wards off the three main disasters of a household: fire, thieves and ghosts. On New Year’s day itself, it is beneficial to celebrate, to be happy, to have smiling faces, and to refrain from scowling, quarreling, or criticizing anyone.

The origins of the Chinese New Year celebrations were born out of the fear and myth. Legend spoke of the wild beast “Nien” (which mean year) that appeared at the end of each year, attacking and killing villagers. Loud noises and bright lights were used to scare the beast away and the Chinese New Year celebrations were born.

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