Thursday, February 7, 2008

Gong Xi Gong Xi

Gong Xi Gong XiWe greet each other "Gong xi fa cai" when we meet during Chinese New Year. "Gong xi" is wish and "fa cai" means to be rich. You can greet "Gong xi fa cai" to adults but not to children. You should say "Xin nian kuai le" (Happy New Year), or "Xin nian jin bu" (To have better achievement in new year) to Children. These are some examples of Chinese New Year greeting that commonly used.

I would like to wish my adult readers "Gong xi fa cai", "Xin nian kuai le" and "Shen ti jian kang" (To be healthy). I also wish my young readers "Xin nian kuai le" and "Xin nian jin bu".


  1. gong xi fa cai to you and your family :)

  2. hi.....nice blog...given u link...just care for a link back to my blog(

  3. Hi,Drraman.
    I added your link.

  4. hey ya~
    long time no see~
    how are you?
    happy chinese new year!!

  5. Happy Rat Year !! wishing you a great year ahead. ;)

  6. Gong Xi Gong Xi and all the best to Dalicia, Levian and Jesie.


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