Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sonscreen, Jan 23, 2012.
Sorry if this is a dupe thread. Just wanted to wish my Asian friends a Happy New Year.
Happy Chinese New Year!!
Happy New Year!
Happy Year of the Water Dragon!
Happy New Year!!!!
I knew there had to be a reason I had Chinese yesterday, yay coincidence.
Happy new year sonscreen, predaking, atlien, belgrath, janitor, wing saber x, tcracker, tikgnat...Even razorwire.
(im prolly missing some guys here)
Wheres my hong bao/ang pow bish?!! (for my kids that is )
I can't believe it's Lunar New Year today. Isn't it always in February?
Gung Hei Fat Choi!(no clue if I spelled that right...)
Nope. Early this year. Next year it's back in February.
Its a chinese calender thingie.
Happy new year to all my fellow Chinese members!
It's spelled differently from dialect to dialect - I believe you've nailed the Cantonese spelling.
ah-hem.... it's not just Asian people that celebrate Chinese/Lunar New Year. Just like it's not only White people that celebrate Christmas. Race and culture are not in any way the same thing. However I do understand well how most people in Asia and in the Western world haven't yet wrapped their heads around how a non-Asian person can become sinocised, unlike the readily accepted concept that an Asian person can become Americanized/Canadianized.
Happy New Year to everyone too! (which I'm currently celebrating)
Fighting the stereotype of the ignorant foreigner daily.
where's my name? *merajuk*
Haha i always think of u as the lego guy theres why forgot hoh tui em chi ah, tui em chi XD
Chúc Mừng Năm Mới
Sorry went to HS in the middle of Little Saigon
Gong Hey Fat Choy! Happy Year of the Dragon all!
I have plenty of red envelopes to send to you. Too bad I can't afford to fill them. Actually now that I think about it only married folks are supposed to give them out. Where's mine foo?
What is this? cultural carpet bagging? Just kidding, good point I meant no offense. I didn't realize other folks celebrated as well. Welcome aboard.
Just to be a total nerd, here's some interesting reading on Christmas.The Man Who Invented Christmas
Happy Chinese New Year everybody.
Well, it's a Lunar calendar, so it always changes. But I agree, it's unusually early. Anyways, Happy New Year my Chinese brothers!
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