The 1st day of the Lunar New Year

Yummy yum yum. Chinese New Year’s here! Traditionally on the first day of the Lunar New Year, we would feast on “Sou Mien” also known as “Mee Sua” in Singapore. These noodles are uncut to represent longevity and long life. Can you believe that I’ve been eating these noodles for so many years only to find our recently that it’s “Mee Sua”!? I don’t even like the “Mee Sua” I find in foodcourts! Sheesh… Anyway, popsy woke up super early…

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Chinese New Year Eve

This is a really belated post. So, CNY was celebrated, like every year, in Kuala Lumpur, Subang, where my grandpies stays! Did you know Chinese New Year is called 农历新年 in simplified mandarin? Sheesh, I really ought to shoot myself for living 23 years in the dark. My granddad giving out red packets to the two imps! Traditionally, red packets are given out during the Chinese New Year’s celebrations, from married couples or the elderly to unmarried juniors. Red packets…

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