Kung Hei Fat Choi! It's Chinese New Year so I"m wishing everyone good health, fortune and happiness! For a "brighter" Year of the Horse, I will be reviewing one of the most requested BB Cream review based from my poll on AskMeWhats Facebook Page! Though I've found "The one" when it comes to...

GUNG HAY FAT CHOY!! HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR!! The year of the Rabbit. Chinese New Year 4709, or 2011 in the Western calendar, is the Year of the Metal Rabbit. The Rabbit represents the fourth year in the 12 year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. Like the houses of the zodiac in Western astrology,...

(in Mandarin) Gong Hey Fat Choy!(in Cantonese) Best wishes and congratulations! Have a prosperous and good year! (in English) Today is the first day of the Lunar Calendar... also known as Chinese New Year! The Lunar New Year celebrations are not only celebrated by the...

Kung Hei Fat Choy! All the Details When: Thursday 2nd February Time: 7pm-9pm Where: AURA Lounge, G/F, 79 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong How Much: Absolutely nada! RSVP: Fill in the rsvp form below to let us know if you're coming along with a group!

Fat Choi! Team Sassy wishes you health, wealth and prosperity for the Year of the Snake – and happy travels if you're lucky enough to be escaping for a CNY getaway. However, if you are staying in HK, there are plenty of CNY festivities to enjoy and lots of Valentine's Day love to go...

Kung Hei Fat Choi! Bloomin' marvellous It's considered lucky to have some fresh flowers in your home or office for Chinese New Year – so to take care of all your floral needs, head to one of the many across town. Even if you're not buying, soak up the colourful and heady atmosphere –...

Please accept my virtual red envelope for you, spreading good luck and prosperity for everyone! (click the envelopes click click click!) Kung Hei Fat Choi! Happy Chinese New Year! Rolling out the kiat kiats! Catch! Stay gorgeous everyone! February 3rd, 2011 One Response to "Kung...

Kung Hei Fat Choi!

I will! And even if you are not Chinese, it's a good way to gather friends and family! Here are some simple ideas on how to have a Kung Hei Fat Choi party at home. 1. Table Staples - tikoy, dumplings, fish, shrimps, and sweets. I got mine yesterday at Powerplant Mall where they are having a...

KUNG HEI FAT CHOI!!! :) You know what, I tooootallly forgot about ordering nian gao (tikoy) at the Mandarin Oriental Manila this year *they make the besssst!!!* so I am kinda peeved that I didn't get the chance to order a few days ago. But I will try my luck later this afternoon in the hopes...

 

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