|Receive an angbao filled with chocolates! It’s nice to receive a bunch of goodies from others.|
|Grandma’s house. This is small field I used to play when I was a kid. Blowing bubbles, lighting firecrackers,playing hide and seek… all these beautiful memories are kept buried here.|
|This is the swing that I love to “swing” out all my thoughts and feelings to my dear cousins. It’s our little secret hide out place where we were out of sight, from the adults.|
|Nian Nian You Yu. The fishes comes in a pair. I wonder what it represents…|
|Dressing up to the nines and looking good is what people do for the new year. We all dress to impress our family, relatives and friends. But… why?|
|How I wish digital cameras were invented earlier. So I could capture all my childhood moment with this quirky camera.|
|Which is your favourite Chinese New Year goodie? Mine has got to be loveletters and the white powdery cookies! It’s a must to eat a couple of loveletters cookies on Chinese New Year. Because it’s so light and flaky, I could not stop munching on it!|
|Red symbolises prosperity and luck. Maybe I should invest in getting a red dress or something red to wear.|
|I blessed with aunties who can really cook! My family is kind of particular about food and traditions. Home-cooked meals always tasted good.|
|Fried prawns with green pepper and cashew nuts.
If only, I could prepare such dishes for my future husband and kids. I should learn how to be a good Christian wife now, huh? Maybe it’s time to tie an apron around myself.
It’s all about spending quality time with your family and relatives as you sat around this round table to talk and catch up on each other’s lives. Circle symbolises strength and unity. Linking our hearts and souls together as one.