Welcoming the Year of the Snake

Tiger Girl and the God of Fortune
Tiger Girl and the God of Fortune

 

We saw this cute inflated God of Fortune outside a Video shop at the airport and Tiger girl was more then happy to pose in front of it for the camera.  I am hoping that the God of Fortune does bring us lots of wealth this year of the Snake :)

Lovely blooms
Lovely blooms

I saw these lovely blooms decorating the pillars outside Centerpoint shopping centre over the weekend.  There is something seriously wrong with my HTC phone camera as you can see that in the picture above the light pale pink flowers were actually a shade of light yellow but appears pink on my screen and capture. Talk about mystifying pictures!!

 

 

Spring Flowers
Spring Flowers

The word “Chun” ( Spring) in flowers and lit up on display at IMM shopping mall. I love how attractive the decoration looked with lanterns adorning the word on the side.

How do you welcome the Year of the Snake in your country?

 
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43 thoughts on “Welcoming the Year of the Snake”

  1. you’ve captured the CNY festivities so well! I’m having some prob linking up as it keeps jumping page when I try to input the info. will try again ltr! :)

  2. Wishing you a happy new year. My HTC acts up from time to time. I plan to upgrade to a Galaxy SIII in a few weeks. I hope that camera is awesome.

    Sophia
    twentyfiveseasons.com

  3. Hi! Where I’m from the Chinese community celebrate the New Year with parades in China Town with drums and dancing dragons. Happy Year of the Snake to you and your family!
    Xin Nian Kuai Le !!!

  4. Some relatives give us tikoy for good luck during this time of the year. This is more of a tradition but then again, I believe that one will have a better life if one perseveres.

    Happy Chinese New Year Dominique!

  5. We are not used to celebrate Chinese New Year but since I am working on a company owned by Chinese, we used to receive “Tikoy” or the sticky rice cake from them.
    Happy Chinese New Year!

  6. Tiger girl is always smiling & looks so sweet. love the flowers & display photos too.
    I don’t celebrate snakes, LOL… but I am sure our favorite Chinese resturaunt may have something yummy for us to try!

  7. Lovely blooms indeed and your little girl is so cute. Actually, Filipino-Chinese here celebrates the Chinese New Year. Last year it was a holiday but now it wasn’t since it falls on Sunday. I am sure there are big events at the malls just like last year where there’s Dragon dancing.

    Mommy Maye

  8. I didn’t even know it was Chinese New Year till I went to the library and they had a big section on it. I love the flower decoration, so pretty.

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