Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Kung Hei Fat Soi

Medyo matagal na tong happening na to (oo ako na late magpost ) its a Celebration of the Chinese New year in the SM Mall of Asia last  feb 13 2010 if i remember may event ako nito sa mall eh bali napadaan lang ako at nag curious kung anung meron dun sa stage kasi ang daming tao tas nakachinise dress pa tapos may dumaan pang Chinise Dragon Dance sayang lang at di ko siya nakunan ng picture..



Anu nga ba ang Chinse New Year at saan ito nag mula ayon sa aking research  Chinese New Year (also known as Spring Festival) is the first day of the Chinese calendar, which follows the lunar year cycle. It is the major festivity of the Philippine Chinese community or Tsinoys. The celebration may fall on any day from January 21 to February 21 depending on when the first new moon of the lunar year comes. Each year is named for one of twelve animals in turn: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, or Pig. Traditionally, festivities commence as early as the 23rd day of the 12th moon of the lunar calendar, and end with the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the new year. It is not an official Philippine holiday, so students in Chinese schools usually only get an afternoon off. But while the "Tsinoys" do not get New Year’s day off, they still celebrate it yan ang sabi ni wikipilipinas.org .


Here some clips

This man discuss what good in bad in the year of the golden tiger


ang cute ng mga chinise girls


So paano hanggang dito na lang muna ulit ako.

Hanggang sa muling magkikita..

XOXO

24 comments :

  1. bukas na pala ang celebration ng chinese new year. kung hei fat choi hehehe

    sa landmark nagkaroon din ng dragon dance

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  2. kung hei fat choi

    sa totoo lang.. dito ko lang nabasa ang meaning ng chinese newyear.

    basta ang alam ko, bagong taon yan ng intsik..(tinagalog lang ahehehe)

    nasa MOA ka bukas no at kukuha ng bagong pics.. :)

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  3. Kung Hei Fat Choi means "Congratulations and be prosperous".

    Ang tunay na chinese phrase to say Happy New Year is

    XIN NIAN KUAI LE!

    Whatever it is, I wish u all the luck AXL! :)

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  4. a yan pla meaning ng kung hei fat choi, now i know!

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  5. Happy Chinese New Year sa iyo. :)

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  6. may tikoy ka ba dyan Axl?

    penge naman oh! hahaha.

    kung hei fat choi!!

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  7. @carlo. whaha wala pa pero maya baka bili ako :D

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  8. masaya makakita at makanood ng dragon dance lalo na sa malls.

    at uso nanaman ang feng shui pag chinese new year. D:

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  9. well uulan n nmn ng tikoy sa mga companies at hospital at ibang establishments heheheh...

    sarap ng tikoy...

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  10. yung sa 2nd picture, kala ko si Santa Calus :)

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  11. wow! ang tagal na nga ng mga pics na 'to! mabuti nahakot mo pa. hihi

    happy chinese new year buds!

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  12. Kung hei fat choi AXL. :) Mulagat ako, hindi ako chinese pero game na din.

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  13. huwaw enjoy, kuya axl :) napapadalas tayu sa moa ah... ahahah. kung hei fat soi!

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  14. happy new year sa ating lahat.although we r not chinese,kung hei taba choi haha

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  15. @gelo.. whahaha oo tama ka dian.. uso naman yang feng shui na yan hehehe


    @uno.. oo yummy tikoy.... meron ka hingi :D


    @adang...wahaha pambihira.. vday yun. di xmas hehehe..


    @nimmy... oo tagal na nga hehehe..
    Ni hao ma!! Xin Nian Kuai Le,kung hei fat choi


    @dboi... likewise...


    @yow... Ni hao ma!! Xin Nian Kuai Le,kung hei fat choi
    hehehe go...


    @kiko.. hehehe likewise...

    @bino..same here...

    @noah... hehehe di rin hehehe. :D

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