Happy Chinese New Year

"Kung Hei Fat Choi" is a blessing for wealth and prosperity, in Cantonese.

Chinese New Year officially begins on January 25th, 2020, and ends on February 4th.

This year s the year of the Rat, the Rat is the first animal in the Chinese zodiac. 

People born in the Rat year are Optimistic and energetic, they will be liked by all they meet. They are sensitive to other’s emotions but can be stubborn too. Their personality is kind, but they are not the best communicators.

On the financial side, they like saving and can be stingy, so you might not get a surprise gift from them ..

Our very own Meyia & Alvin love to celebrate Chinese new year together, Meyia's favourite food is Dumplings and Alvin are the Noddles  

For Chinese New Year, people like to eat long noodles.

They are also called 长寿面 (cháng shòu miàn), which means “longevity noodles.” You aren’t allowed to cut them and should try not to chew either. The longer the noodle, the longer your life will be. This calls for a lot of slurping. Which make them perfect for Alvin as he has a really long trunk .