Happy Chinese New Year, Happy Lunar New Year, Happy Dragon Year.
Muslims worldwide will be celebrating the Eid ul-Fitr by end of the month, and Malaysians in particular are in joyous mood as the Eid holiday will coincide with our Independence Day, making it a long holiday for many folks.
I’m taking this chance to have a break as well. My life is a bit jaded for the past few months, it’s time to take a rest and re-prioritise some stuff. There will be no updates on this blog for the rest of August, will be back in early September.
Happy Eid to all Muslims, happy holiday fellow Malaysians, good days everyone.
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It’s Lunar New Year’s eve, best wishes to everyone who’s celebrating it. I’ll be taking a blogging-break, updates will resume by around February 14.
Till then, sharing some photos from last year’s Seollal (Korean New Year) when I was in Seoul, at the Namsangol Hanok Village in Jung-gu…
Namsangol Hanok Village is a cultural village with five restored traditional Korean houses and huge garden. Visitors can experienced various traditional stuff (arts & games etc.) on normal days; and it’s a popular place for the locals to celebrate Seollal, with extra activities being held during the festive period.
Chinese New Year is arriving on Sunday. This would be the first time I’m not celebrating it in Malaysia; an early wish to my family and friends… Gong Xi Fa Cai!
Sharing a CNY song (a rare English one) by Malaysian songwriter Lleon. Simple tune, cute animation, fitting theme (it’s the year of tiger in Chinese calendar)…
Best wishes as well to the all other folks who are celebrating the lunar new year.