Chinese New Year: Year of the Dog

Chinese New Year is always a very special time in Hong Kong. Everyone is in festive mood. Buildings, shopping malls and streets are decorated with colourful flowers and most of the high rises lightened up with high tech lighting effects.
What Hong Kongers do in Chinese New Year?

    Kung Hei Fat Choy! : Congratulations and be prosperous (Happy New Year)
    Lai See: Red Pocket with money. Married people give to unmarried people
    Visit Relatives: Greet and Eat
    Wishing Tree: Write the wishes and tie it up in the tree
    Flower Market: In Victoria Park
    Fireworks: In Victoria Harbour
    Crazy Sale: In most of the shopping malls

I had a good time with my family during this Chinese New Year Holiday and here are some photos I took. Enjoy and Kung Hei Fat Choy!

Chinese New Year
Beautiful Flower Tree in front of the Macau Ferry Terminal


Acrobat in City Plaza
Free Acrobat Show at City Plaza

People watching the show
Crowd watching the show

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One comment on “Chinese New Year: Year of the Dog
  1. George says:

    I always love watching the celebrations for the Chinese new year. Such an amazing display of pageantry.

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