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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Gong Xi Fa Cai and Happy Birthday!


Today is Chinese New Year Eve, a day for family reunions.
Tomorrow, February 3rd, 2011 is Chinese New Year Day, the first day first month of the lunar calendar.
The day after, February 4th, 2011 is Lichun, the first day of spring according to solar calendar.

Here, in Malaysia, we are have been having unusually cool temperatures in the northern states since Dec 2010 and experiencing a long rainy spell. Some of the southern states in Peninsular Malaysia e.g. Johor; were flooded a few days ago and water had gone into people's homes. Usually, it is a hot and dry season during this time. I hope the weather will change for the better soon.


To everyone,
Kung Hei Fatt Choy and Happy Holidays!
May you have a safe journey home.
May you have a wonderful time with family, friends and loved ones.
May you receive lots of blessings from heaven and lots of 'Ang Pow' red packets !

To my dear friend HC Gooi aka Mrs Goh whose English birthday falls on Chinese New Year Day,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Wishing you the best of health, wealth and happiness because,
You are special!



26 comments:

  1. Happy Chinese New Year 2011 to you!

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  2. Happy Chinese New Year to you too. All the best for this year of the rabbit.

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  3. Hi Autumn Belle, Happy New Year to you and your family! I found something white near my house yesterday. Not a white rabbit but a white heron. Hope that is an auspicious find. :)

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  4. Many blessings to you and your loved ones in the Chinese New Year! I hope the weather will be good and your land will experience peace and prosperity this year.

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  5. Happy Chinese New Year, and happy spring!

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  6. Oh happy new year Autumn Belle, I hope it's a fabulous one :)

    Ali.

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  7. Happy New Year to you and your family.

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  8. Happy New Year to you and family Autumn Belle, hope all things nice will come this year!

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  9. Selamat Tahun Baru Cina. I think you are having your makan besar at the moment. Hope you have many happy memories today with your families and all good things in tahun arnab.

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  10. Happy Chinese New year 2011! All the best to you and your family.

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  11. Happy New Year Autumn Belle! Many blessings for you throughout this new year. I hope you have a lovely celebration with your family and friends. I too wish for the weather to become warmer and sunny for you. To ease the flooding for those that suffer.

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  12. Dear Autumn Belle,
    I wish you and your family a happy and successful new year! The rabbit-year should be more relaxed than the tiger-year, I´ve heard!
    My son is in China so he is celebrating as well!
    Hope, the weather change soon!

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  13. Autumn Belle: Happy New Year and Gong Xi Fa Cai!!!

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  14. Looking 兔tù-wards 兔tù-day 兔tù-morrow and everyday 兔tù-gether.
    兔tù-begin with good health & wealth.
    Wishing You A Hopping, Happy & Prosperous Rabbit 兔tù Year.
    恭喜发财 GongXiFaCai

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  15. Gong Xi Fa Cai, Autumn Belle! Wishing you a happy and prosperous new year!

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  16. Hope you have a fun and memorable celebration!

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  17. Thanks, Autumn Belle! Wishing you and your family a blessed, healthy, joyful and prosperous Rabbit Year too! Enjoy your CNY holidays and may you have wonderful memories to cherish!

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  18. Happy new year! hope the bunnies keep away from your plants

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  19. Have a blessed new prosperous new year!!!

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  20. Hello Autumn Belle, nice to be stopping by your blog! Kung Hei Fatt Choy & may this year brings you joy & a lush garden full of blooms!

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  21. Hi AB,

    Have a happy and prosperous New Year! May your garden be an inspiration for many, and have lovely produce!

    Regards,
    Asha

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  22. Gong xi fa chai, autumn belle! I hope i'm not too late to wish you. Just back fromt he long holi, hope you enjoyed yours too :)

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  23. Dear Autumn Belle, I also wish you a Happy Chinese New Year 2011! May good health and prosperity be with you. P x

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  24. Happy Chinese New Year 2011 to you Belle!
    Im pretty sure this coming year will bring a lot more excitement in your gardening and blogging.

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    Thank you very much for the nice comments and Happy New Year wishes.

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