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Thread: Happy Lunar New Year - The Year of the Monkey

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    Senior Member poonsuzanne's Avatar
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    Happy Lunar New Year - The Year of the Monkey

    Dr. Young, Dr. Huang, and wonderful members,

    Happy Lunar New Year! Gong Xi Fa Cai! (Wish you good fortune!)

    Gong Zhu Ni Men (Wish all of you):-

    Shen Ti Jian Kan (Good health)

    Lung Ma Jing Shen (Good spirit)

    Chu Ru Ping An (Live safely)

    Wan Shi Ru Yi (Every wish come true)

    Hopefully, the Year of the Monkey will be the best year for the people of Hong Kong and around the world since 1997. The jobless rate here has dropped from 8.7%, the highest since Sars outbreak, to 7.3% in the last quarter. The boom in prosperity can be seen in every sector of the economy!

    All the best wishes to all of you!

    Suzanne & Richard

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    Senior Member mattblan's Avatar
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    I was born in the year of the monkey. Happy Chinese New Year!

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    Happy Lunar New Year!!!
    Out here, we have huge Chinese New Year celebrations, because there is a large population. The cool thing is, the celebrations aren't just limited to the Chinese community.

    I always love watching the festivities.....I can only imagine what it must be like in Hong Kong.

    All the best!

    "To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all." - Oscar Wilde

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    In celebration of the New Year, monkeys for everyone!

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    Senior Member Jeff's Avatar
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    Argao, Cebu, Philippines
    Kung Hei Fat Choi!!!!

    Which means Happy Chinese New Year. We have lots of Chinese here at the Keck Center. And they brought in goodies today. Lots of them.

    ~See you at the SCIWire-used-to-be-paralyzed Reunion ~

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    Happy Chinese New Year to everyone! May this be a good year for us all!

    Even if your body cannot move, you can still think and meditate ~Dalai Lama~

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    Senior Member poonsuzanne's Avatar
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    All of you, thank you!

    It's really cool to see Lunar New Year being celebrated in almost every city of the world!

    BTW, 'Kung Hei Fat Choi' (in putonghua is Gong Xi Fa Cai) means 'Wish you great Fortune'. Therefore, during Lunar New Year, the first thing we greet each other is 'Kung Hei Fat Choy' and then followed by 'Shen Ti Jian Kan', means wish you good health!


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    Happy New Year

    May the Blessings and Luck continue to bring us all what we want.


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