10.02.2013 | 恭喜發財

[Volume 8 Issue 2, #1668]
今日係癸巳年大年初一, 喺度同大家拜個年先.. 祝大家萬事如意, 心想事成, 身體健康, 恭喜發大財!! 喺度為大家送上經典新年歌一首, 按上面懷舊圖片個play就可以啟播喇, 慢慢欣賞啦.. :)
恭喜恭喜 恭喜發大財!!
it's the very first day of CNY 2013, so let me wish everyone a happy and prosperous new year with lots of health and wealth!! at the same time i'll like to dedicate a classic CNY song to everyone, just click the "play" button in the retro photo above to listen to the audio clip, enjoy.. :)
gong-xi gong-xi!!

61 comments:

  1. Hiat aarrrrrr! My first CNY sip!

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    1. Alamak typo error!. One more time. ..... Huat aarrrrr!

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    2. Happy New Year everyone!!!!!

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    3. Gong Xi Fa Cai, TM!
      Happy holidays, Lina!

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    4. ANAY slept too late last night welcoming the God of Prosperity and woke up too early this morning, first word of the first sip already a typo!! haha~~

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    5. Gong xi fatt chai gong xi fatt chai

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    6. GONG XI FA CAI, SK, everyone!

      Wishing you and your loved ones a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year. May the Year of the Snake bring you health & wealth, joy & happiness!

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  2. I like her singing! So sentimental until my tears wanna come out. When I was small those wooden box radio aired songs like this. Miss my childhood days.

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    1. oooh, Anay you know who she is?? i always like those CNY songs from that era, i guess around 40s and 50s!! they are indeed nice and full of CNY feel compared to CNY songs now..

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  3. Ah boy should sing instead with his new hairdo and post to You Tube.

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    1. nah, i don't want to scared all my readers off!! i still need more readers to comment, haha~~

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  4. Yea, good morning SK and everyone!!
    First day in the year of snake!! Wishing everyone a happy chinese new year!

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    1. So SK how many ang pao you planning to collect this year? Hehe...
      Me can't wait to bring my son to go collect ang pao now!! He's napping, probably going out in another hour time =)

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    2. This is the most common CNY song we've heard for years!! Classic but simply lovely~

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    3. Gong Xi Fa Cai, Hayley!

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    4. hahaha, collecting for so many years already i have no plan but the angpow come automatically to me lah, hehehehe!! you should bring Aden to take revenge, and next year maybe, being another baby to take more revenge!! :D

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  5. 恭喜發財~ 红包拿来~

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    1. 歹勢, 我今年沒有娶, 沒有派紅包~~ :p

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  6. Gong Xi Fa Cai, SK and all!

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    1. gong xi fa cai to you and your family too!! :)

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  7. Sing Nien Kuai Le!!! Happy Happy New Year!!!

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    1. same to you too.. xin nian kuai le, wan shi ru yi!!

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  8. The song sounds good... I just don't understand the lyrics :P

    But the preview was funny... when she asked for the Angpao first...
    Happy Chinese New Year SK

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    1. well, it's a song to describe the happiness of chinese new year and the atmosphere we can feel among the streets and places.. a very classic CNY song that we still sing now.. :)

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  9. Happy and Healthy Chinese New Year to you, SK!!

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    1. may the year of snake brings you and your family lots of health and wealth too~~ :)

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  10. Wanakum! 新年愉快 如意吉祥 Huat La Ulala..;).

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    1. huat huat bananaz!! ulala~~ hahahaha!! hey, i like this, sounds like cheering yeah?? :p

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  11. uhmmm so where's my ampao? haha just kidding.. may you have a blissful and prosperous year SK

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    1. gong xi fa cai!! hahaha, you won't be getting any angpow from me, because in the chinese tradition, only the married ones will give angpow~~ :p

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  12. Nice song. The singers in that era very good "lai yum". All original. Unlike now many depend on digital enhancement.

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    1. yeah, i actually prefer the CNY songs around that era.. got so many people them in youtube and i always select a few to post on my blog during CNY, they are indeed very nice!!

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  13. Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and your family SK!

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    1. same to you, hope you and saucer are enjoying CNY celebration in Sydney~~ :p

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  14. xīn nián kuài lè,
    nián nián yǒu yú,
    haha well i google these mandarin greetings haha
    I just don't know if its right and proper

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    1. wow, thanks for that!! indeed very proper and right for chinese new year~~ :)

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  15. well, in the words i know
    I just wanted to greet you a happy chinese new year
    my friend may you have a great and prosperous
    new year I know
    this would gonna be great for you as always

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    1. though you are not celebrating CNY, i would also wish you all health and wealth for this new year.. :)

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    2. thanks sk that is what i need the most

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  16. The priest told on his homily last sunday mass
    about the chinese zodiax animals
    last year was water dragon and it was said to vring a lot of
    disaster involving water which happened to our country last year

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    1. and this year water snakes
      the priest told us to expect
      smooth money transactions
      and it was advisable to go into business

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    2. yeah, this year is the year of water snake!! wow, you went to some chinese new year celebration over there?? hmmm, that priest knows fengshui??

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    3. no he was just the type of the priest who includes trivias during
      his homily he quite a clever man

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  17. anyway i can't understand the song
    ahaha, it's madarin what do i expect haha
    but anyway what is it all about?

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    1. the retro pictures were just like our here
      i mean those plays and old movies has those
      kinds of posters

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    2. it's a very classic CNY song that we still sing now.. well, it basically describes the happiness of chinese new year and the atmosphere we can feel among the streets and places.. :)

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    3. that makes sense well here in our country only christmas songs were sung like that haha i mean through generations

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  18. have a great day sk and happy blogging
    take the best of care and god bless you
    and again happy new year

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    1. thank you again and you have a great day too.. :)

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    1. thank you for that.. wishing you lots of health and wealth too, though you are not celebrating :)

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  20. Ok, this was Chinese New Year Day 1 post. That day I woke at 9am, because we slept quite late. Then, I grrr....grrr......grrr on the bed for half an hour only I decided to wake up and bath, ahem!

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    1. I changed into my CNY clothes, I changed my two girls into their CNY clothes. Jin Jin set up the camera timer, we took our family portraits. Then, we went to PIL house to 拜年。

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    2. After 拜年, we went to two temples to 拜神和祈福。Evening, we went PIL house again for steamboat. That's almost all about my Day 1.

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    3. I think Chinese New Year, we should not forget these few things.

      "和气生财"
      "家和万事兴".

      So, please avoid arguement and quarreling during Chinese New Year.

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  21. 新年快乐,万事如意,身体健康。

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  22. 嘩,又嚟懷舊風啊?!恭喜發財,身體健康。

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