QUOTE(Tombow @ Feb 21 2007, 05:22 AM) [snapback]507265[/snapback]
- As Mei Mei
said, 恭喜發財 (Gung hei faat choi in Cantonese, or Gong xi fa cai in Mandarin) is another New Year greeting. I think it's Hong Kong Chinese/Cantonese kind of expression, and means "wishing you happiness and prosperity!!" (or something like that,) and since 新年快樂 is more likely Mandarin greeting of Happy New Year, I kind of put both.
On the second thought, I chould have had 新年好 also. ^^
Haha...thanks nevertheless....the third one I can read too! XD
Editted your quote regarding my name...haha
I changed my username but Kenji
will be enough... ^.^
QUOTE(mei_tenshi @ Feb 21 2007, 09:28 AM) [snapback]507402[/snapback]
QUOTE(esrz22 @ Feb 20 2007, 05:12 PM) [snapback]507391[/snapback]
Book 3 starts in March, last I heard. I assume "new" is relative to one's location.
Ah, okay. Phew~
- I need a new cup. One that holds more than the one I currently have. Preferably one that's not white on the inside
so the tea stains aren't so obvious
- Almost finished with the Lipton green tea teabags. Twinings green tea with jasmine, here I come~!
OOh...thats a nice cuppa tea... I only having normal Lipton tea here... Can't kick my day without one cup of tea...
-contracted flu!! I set the temperature for the air conditioner too low... [18 degree] XD
-CNY celebration passed...right now have nothing to do untill May...
-Why people put handcuffs on when typing?? LOL
-anyone have a great CNY celebration this year? I doesn't have though.... My family still mourns for my grandfather's death 2 years ago [According to our[Hokkien] tradition, we must mourn for someone's death for 3 years]...so most of my family cannot give away red packets as sigh of respect which means I only have very very very very little red packets this year... T.T