The Celebration Of the Lunar Calendar :)
Okay fisrt of all. HAPPY CHINESE YEAR to all who celebrates it :)
Haha. Like usual. Every year, during the new year's eve. the Chinese will start to play the Fireworks as soon as the clock strikes at 12.00 a.m :D
I dont know ape motif diaorang. =.=''
Some say , they play it for halau the hantu. for god sake. -.-'' is that really happen to the hantu(s)? HAHAH!!
Imagine that the hantus(s) lari lintang pukang sbb dengar dentuman2 bunga api tu. BIG LOL!
Ohh ! and they had this one dinner called '' Makan Besar ''.. haha.
oke oke. nvm about that. hee. soo Chinese New Year will be celebrated presprously. huu~
The Chinese belive that this celebration of new year will bring lots of prosperity to them.
Well i really do hope that is true. LOL.
This celebration comes with red color.
As i know red color brings good luck and prosperity to them too.
Haihh senang kata lah semua benda berings prosperity and luck to them lahh. hee -.-''
Ohh yeah . this year 2011 is the year of Rabbit :D forgot to tell that. hahah~
During the Chinese New Year.We can see lots of beautifull decoration especially the lanterns. hoho~
Plus! with all the neons attach on the lanterns. woahhh~ so pretty mehh. HAHA.
And yes. there are also the Lion dance and the Dragon dance.
They dance like crazy in front of the public. I dont why they dance and what is their purpose of dancing in front of the public -.- perhaps they are bragging about their skills and all kott~
there, the lanterns :D
the Dragon dance :)
*kalau lah Naga tu jadi betul. Mati korang!* HAHA
Same goes to the Lion dance -
there, meloncat sini sana. sheesshh~ kalau lah jatuh. haihhh~
There are fifteen days of CNY(Chinese New Year) I think.
On the fifteenth day of CNY.
They will call the day as Chap Goh Mei.
Candles are lit outside houses as a way to guide wayward spirits home. This day is celebrated as the Lantern Festival, and families walk the street carrying lighted lanterns.
In Malaysia and Singapore, this day is celebrated by individuals seeking for a love partner, a different version of Valentine's Day. Normally, single women would write their contact number on mandarin oranges and throw it in a river or a lake while single men would collect them and eat the oranges. The taste is an indication of their possible love: sweet represents a good fate while sour represents a bad fate.
Haha~ Quite intresting eh. >.<
They also gives out Ang Pau to those who are not yet married.
Well that is what i know. ngee~ *Best lah mcm tu! Taknak kawin lah sampai bile2. AHHA!
Okaay , enough about CNY.
time to move on~
Whatever you Chinese wanna do , buat lah... -.-''
Gong Xi Fa Cai!