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I don't really celebrate it. Not really sure what I am suppose to say though....is it just: Happy New Year or something else? Hope you have a fun time. -.-

 

 

My brother says: Gong Hay Fat Choi.

 

Not sure if hes right or not.

 

 

Would happy holidays work?

 

 

EDIT: I think my brother meant this: Keong hee huat chye

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I don't really celebrate it. Not really sure what I am suppose to say though....is it just: Happy New Year or something else? Hope you have a fun time. -.-

 

 

My brother says: Gong Hay Fat Choi.

 

Not sure if hes right or not.

 

 

Would happy holidays work?

 

 

EDIT: I think my brother meant this: Keong hee huat chye

 

No, your brother was correct. Correct your Chinese spelling, though. It's a bit bad. :)

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Merry Chinese New Year, everyone!

 

There will be an abundance of pink tigers leaping unawares upon innocent passersby from various rooftops today, especially in imaginary neighborhoods. Hope everyone enjoys the Year of the Tiger! -.-

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I don't really celebrate it. Not really sure what I am suppose to say though....is it just: Happy New Year or something else? Hope you have a fun time. -.-

 

 

My brother says: Gong Hay Fat Choi.

 

Not sure if hes right or not.

 

 

Would happy holidays work?

 

 

EDIT: I think my brother meant this: Keong hee huat chye

 

No, your brother was correct. Correct your Chinese spelling, though. It's a bit bad. :)

 

I didn't spell it out myself. I copy and pasted what wikipedia said.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_new_year

 

The info is under the greetings...I think I copied Hokkien maybe I should have gone for Hakka :)

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I don't really celebrate it. Not really sure what I am suppose to say though....is it just: Happy New Year or something else? Hope you have a fun time. -.-

 

 

My brother says: Gong Hay Fat Choi.

 

Not sure if hes right or not.

 

 

Would happy holidays work?

 

 

EDIT: I think my brother meant this: Keong hee huat chye

 

No, your brother was correct. Correct your Chinese spelling, though. It's a bit bad. :)

That's actually the correct western spelling of it. In pinyin, however, it's Gong Xi Fa Cai.

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I don't really celebrate it. Not really sure what I am suppose to say though....is it just: Happy New Year or something else? Hope you have a fun time. -.-

 

 

My brother says: Gong Hay Fat Choi.

 

Not sure if hes right or not.

 

 

Would happy holidays work?

 

 

EDIT: I think my brother meant this: Keong hee huat chye

 

No, your brother was correct. Correct your Chinese spelling, though. It's a bit bad. :)

That's actually the correct western spelling of it. In pinyin, however, it's Gong Xi Fa Cai.

In manderin yes however....if....you...were cantonese then it would be in zhuyin: Gong Hei Fat Choy, in manderin they don't say that phrase as much, they say more of: chu re ping an.

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How about a simple "omg happy new year guise"? :)

Yeah they all speak English anyway -.-

 

Happy new year to all of those who celebrate Chinese New Year :)

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I got about 100 bucks from CNY. :)

 

Same here! And it just so happened that Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day were both on the same day this year. Pretty rare. -.-

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