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Your Chinese New Year Checklist

Adrenaline, last minute, cleanup, shopping, groceries, the list goes on and on.

The gathering of relatives, friends and the long distance travels to in-laws (and outlaws) will indeed be the subject of anticipation this coming week. It’s the final countdown of sorts where the big day of Lunar or Chinese New Year begins with a reunion dinner on the 7th (or earlier as time allows) and the 8th as the first day of the 15-day celebration.

Without dragging further, here’s the least you need to do if time and budget are of constraints this year as you usher in the big celebration.


At Home

At Work

Travelling Somewhere

Gong Xi Fa Cai everyone!!! Safe drive wherever you go!! 

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