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Chinese New Year Greetings ~ 2014




Happy New Year to all my readers and friends.  
Hope this year of the Horse will bring forth peace,  
good health, wealth and prosperity to all of you.
Gong Xi Fa Cai  ~ Nian Nian You Yu!

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  1. Happy New Year, Cheah! Wishing You and Yours a Healthy, Happy, and Prosperous New Year!

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  2. Happy Chinese New Year, Cheah!
    Gong Xi Fa Cai!

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  3. Happy new Year to you Sokehah Cheah , I wish the same to you and your family , what a lovely photo , thanks for sharing :)

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  4. A very, very prosperous Chinese Lunar New Year.
    May the year of the Horse brings your way great success and happiness.

    Suzanney,
    Perth, WA

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  5. Hi Cheah, let us all have a happy, safe and sound year from this day.

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  6. Kong Hei Fatt Choy, Cheah!! May you gallop into a prosperous year!!

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  7. Gong Xi Fa Cai to you too! Dropping by from Luxury Haven. I've already replied your mail. Lovely blog you've here. I'm following you now at G+, GFC & Pinterest & would love to have you follow me too. Looking fwd to sharing our cooking adventures & Happy Blogging!

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    1. Nice of you to drop by, Shirley. I've followed you on G+ and Pinterest ...... (hope I've clicked correctly) and as I've told you before my IT knowledge is very, very limited. Thanks for your info re the domain, really appreciate it :)

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