Saturday, October 1, 2016

CNY 2013 Song

新年好心情好

新年好心情好

one FM, ntv7 & 八度空间 蛇年唯一一首贺岁歌曲《新年好心情好》完整版MV~

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走向前-2013新年歌MV

《走向前》 2013新年歌MV

《走向前》 2013新年歌MV

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CNY Short Video Clip

PETRONAS CNY 2013: Tau Fu Fah

Tau Fu Fah

Chinese New Year has always been a time of renewal and hope for many of us, where we look back, take stock, and look ahead to even better times.

The central theme of our story this time revolves around having the grit and determination in facing challenges, sticking together through life’s highs and lows, and keeping our hope alive for a better future.

This is conveyed through an enduring love story of a couple who met over a bowl of ‘tau fu fah’.

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Keep your Promise mother i love you

Keep your Promise

Please Keep your Promise…
Mother I love you.

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2012百事可樂新春特輯《把樂带回家》微电影

2012百事可樂新春特輯《把樂带回家》微电影

2012百事可樂新春特輯《把樂带回家》微电影

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CNY Higlight

Cooking With Kids: Celebrating Chinese New Year

Product Description
Learn about the most important and celebrated holiday in the Chinese culture. This entertaining DVD explores history, traditions, and delicious food surrounding this holiday. Visit the famous restaurant Betelnut in San Francisco to learn how to make dumplings. Then follow the cultural detectives while they explore Chinatown and prepare delicious Chinese dishes. They enjoy the festivities of a Chinese New Year party with family and friends…. More >>


Square Red Chinese New Year Lucky Money Envelopes / Lai See / Hongbao Contemporary Double Happiness Style

  • Pack of 10 red envelopes with gold embossed characters on high quality paper
  • Each says “Double Happiness”
  • A unique, offset design that will make your gift standout
  • Use for Chinese New Year, weddings, graduations and gift giving
  • Size: 4.5″ x4.75″ high quality paper

Product Description
In China during New Years little red envelopes are given out to family and friends. The envelopes are called hongbao in Mandarin or laisee in Cantonese; the Americanized name is Lucky Money. The tradition is meant to bring good luck. The envelopes are also used at special occasions such as weddings, birthdays, business openings and anniversaries. These high quality paper envelopes have the Chinese character for double happiness embossed on the front in gold. The dou… More >>


Lion Dancer: Ernie Wan’s Chinese New Year

  • ISBN13: 9780590430470
  • Condition: New
  • Notes: BRAND NEW FROM PUBLISHER! BUY WITH CONFIDENCE, Over one million books sold! 98% Positive feedback. Compare our books, prices and service to the competition. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

Product Description
On the Chinese New Year, six-year-old Ernie will perform his first Lion Dance. An intimate look at a Chinese household as the family shares a proud moment with Ernie. “A strong supplement for its immediacy, its vibrant color, and its sympathetic look at a Chinese family.”–School Library Journal. A Notable Children’s Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies…. More >>


Feng Shui Lucky Money Chinese New Year Red Envelopes / Lai See / Hongbao -Peaches with Longevity and Good Fortune

  • PACK OF 50 RED ENVELOPES
  • Each envelope has a LONGEVITY and GOOD FORTUNE character in gold
  • Use for Chinese New Year, weddings, graduations and gift giving
  • Size: 3″ x 4″
  • The peach in Chinese art is a symbol of longevity

Product Description
In China during New Years little red envelopes are given out to friends and family. The envelopes are called hongbao in Mandarin or laisee in Cantonese; the Americanized name is Lucky Money. The tradition is meant to bring good luck to both the giver and the receiver. The envelopes are also used at special occasions such as weddings, business openings and graduations. This set is sold in packs of 50 pieces with the Chinese Character for good fortune embossed in gold… More >>


Feng Shui Incense – Style 34001

  • Great gift idea
  • Each stick is 9” long and comes 20 to a box
  • Each fragrance represents one of the five elements

Product Description
Create harmony in your environment with Feng Shui incense! Each fragrance represents one of the five elements–Earth, Water, Wood, Fire, Metal–found in Chinese astrology. Hand-rolled in India, each stick is 9” long and comes 20 to a box. 5 pack…. More >>


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