Coco
Today is the 1st day of Chinese New Year (CNY), which is the most significant festival and the most celebrated festivals in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. The first three days of the first month in the lunar calendar are public holidays in Hong Kong. Decorating the house or office with flowers and plants is a widespread tradition. Giving and receiving of lucky greetings is a major part of the new year traditions. As well as the basic greeting of Kung Hai Fat Choi there are innumerable special greetings to wish particular things. People also seriously or humorously create special wishes that apply particularly to their friend, such as wishes for a girlfriend for a man without one or withing for children for a newly married young woman. Normally every CNY, millions of Hong Kong will travel out for vacation or back to mainland hometown to reunite with their families and friends, as a tradition. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are not able to travel and cancel many activities to avoid the virus spreading. Wishing you a Happy and Prosperous Year of the Ox! 祝您牛年吉祥 身体健康! #please correct my grammar #thank you so much
Feb 12, 2021 3:39 AM
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Today is the 1st day of Chinese New Year (CNY), which is the most significant festival and the most celebrated festivals in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. The first three days of the first month in the lunar calendar are public holidays in Hong Kong. Decorating the house or office with flowers and plants is a widespread tradition. Giving and receiving of lucky greetings is a major part of the new year traditions. As well as the basic greeting of Kung Hai Fat Choi there are innumerable special greetings to wish particular things. People also seriously or humorously create special wishes that apply particularly to their friend, such as wishes for a girlfriend for a man without one or withing for children for a newly married young woman. Normally every CNY, millions of Hong Kong will travel out for vacation or back to mainland hometown to reunite with their families and friends, as a tradition. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are not able to travel and cancel many activities to avoid the virus spreading. Wishing you a Happy and Prosperous Year of the Ox! 祝您牛年吉祥 身体健康! #please correct my grammar #thank you so much Is correct
Feb 12, 2021 4:22 AM
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Coco
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), English
Learning Language
English