All across my personal social media, there’s this tag that irks me the most: new year new me. I don’t anti that but seriously, no one really changed much by the end of the year, except getting fatter and more irritating. *rolls eyes* Well, it was a year I never thought things will get so… Continue reading New year, same shitty ass.
The Legend of Why Red Envelopes Are Given Red envelopes During the Chinese New Year period, the married or the elderly give red envelopes to children or unmarried juniors. A red envelope is also called yasui qian (“suppressing Sui money”). According to legend, on New Year’s Eve, besides the monster Nian, there was a demon… Continue reading CNY#2
Will be sharing different Legends of the Lunar new year til the end of it. Please stay tune! The Story Of Chinese New Year (年的传说） 年 (Nian, Year) There are many legends that are part of the Chinese culture. Many of them exemplify moral lessons, not so different from Aesop and his fables. One… Continue reading CNY story #1
Four days more to the Lunar (Or Chinese) new year. It was supposed to celebrate as a reunion for the new lunar year and as a gathering. But in Singapore and maybe Malaysia, things some sort got super scary I may say. It is the time of the year where I sees those relatives once… Continue reading The cny nasty Qs