Sunday, February 3, 2008


HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR!!!!! Greetings to our beloved pure Chinese and half-Chinese here in the Philippines and around the world.
Chinese New Year is the most important among the traditional Chinese holidays. This year 2008 is the year of the RAT and the Chinese New Year's Day is February 7. Time again for some family reunion to celebrate the event together with the traditional food being served during New Year, do you know those food? I know some. Food commonly served on New Year's Eve are fish, chicken, shrimp, dumplings, Mandarin oranges, uncut noodles, sweets and the famous Tikoy. I really love this Tikoy especially when you slice it quite thin and mix with beaten egg, ohhh yummy. Of course, we must not forget to include some Chinese New Year practices like fireworks which signifies a joyous occasion and scare away evil spirits just like dragon dance plus the red clothing being worn throughout the Chinese New Year because of the same belief. Some even buy new clothes from head to toe to symbolize a new beginning in the new year. Kung Hei Fat Choi to my Chinese classmates in UST wayback in 1994, to my dear Chinese relatives and friends and of course not to forget my Chinese suki in Divisoria Mall and 168 Mall. Cheers!!!!!
Check this out for some cool Chinese Rat items for your new year celebration.


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