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Why Chinese love Spring Festival

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For many of us, Chinese New Year is one of the most anticipated times of the year. Here are five reasons why we love this festive season.


Buying new clothes


Ushering in the New Year is always a good reason to stock up on new garb. The Chinese believe in starting the New Year with brand new get-ups, including accessories too—it’s all about a new beginning. With that in mind, what better time than the present to go on a shopping spree and updating your wardrobe with new threads?

新年的来临经常是在储存新的装束的好的原因。中国人相信开始新年用新的打扮,也包括装饰物—— 一切都是一个新的开始。脑海中拥有了那个,什么时间会好于现在就吵着去购物呢用新线更新你的衣橱?



Chinese New Year also means getting an extended break. This year, it falls on a Thursday, so that means an even longer weekend with endless possibilities on how we can spend our time. If you don’t want to leave the country (hello, sky high air tickets) but still want a mini-holiday, a staycation would be a good choice. You’ll still get all your visiting done while enjoying the hotel’s facilities—best of both worlds.


Quality family time


With our busy schedules, it’s hard to get the entire family together and that’s what makes Chinese New Year great. That’s the time of the year where everything else in life takes a back seat and family takes centre stage. Right from the reunion dinner that will see everyone gather over a hearty meal to the all visiting the next day, it’s family time at its best with all that catching up over tea and snacking on CNY goodies.


The chance to treat ourselves


One of the best parts of Chinese New Year is receiving red packets from our parents, grandparents and relatives. The money is meant to bring good luck and ward off evil, and is known as “lucky money”. Of course, having a little extra cash would justify splurging on a treat for yourself or a loved one. What better way welcome the New Year than with a new scent? The Gucci Guilty scents are right up there on our list.

中国新年最好的部分是收到来自父母,祖父母和亲戚的红包。钱意味着会带来好运驱走邪恶,被视为“幸运钱”。当然,有一点额外的现金会公平的刺激款待你自己或你爱的人。欢迎新年不是比看新景色更好吗?古奇 桂迪就在我们的名单上方。

It’s the Year of the Sheep


This Chinese New Year, we’ll be welcoming the Year of the Sheep. If you’re into Chinese zodiac signs and astrology, you’ll be glad to know that it’s said to be an auspicious year, especially for those who are born in the Year of the Sheep themselves. If you’re one of them, remember that your lucky colours are red, green and purple.



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