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Thursday, 2 January 2014

Chinese New Year Messages


In the Chinese culture, the New Year is the time for celebrations and happiness, the arrival of spring and with it great abundance. Convey your heartfelt New Year wishes to your friends and family on the occasion of the Chinese New Year this year.  

Be it friends, family or colleagues, we have for you the choicest collections of meaningful new year sms messages that not only send across your love and best wishes on the occasion of New Year, but also express the fact that you care about them a lot and would like to make it known. 

So just flip through our collection and let the messages start flowing.
  • zhù nǐ/nín dà jí dà lì (Wishing you Good Luck and Profit on the New Year
  • zhù nǐ/nín shēntǐ jiànkāng (Wishing you good health this New Year)
  • zhù nǐ/nín xiàokǒu chángkāi (Here's wishing that the year keeps you smiling)
Chinese New Year Messages
Send these Chinese New Year Messages or this amazing wallpaper to wish your pals a happy Chinese new year.
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Chinese New Year Quotes

As we see our New Year Resolutions made during the onset of the Gregorian turning of calendar fade away with time and tide, it’s time to refocus and get our grip back to organize our life again with the Chinese New Year. 

Traditionally Chinese New Year quotations talk about health, prosperity, peace and wisdom.

  • Keep your mind as green as the bamboo shoots this New Year for good prospects to bloom in thousands.
  • Let the Water Snake bring mobility and tranquility in your New Year for change is always good when made for the betterment.

  • Chinese New Year Quotes
    Chinese New Year Quotes

Chinese New Year 2014 Animal

According to the traditional Chinese luni-solar calendar, one year comprises of 12 months of 29 or 30 days. To plot this with respect to the length of the solar year, minor alterations are made. 

The years are believed to be arranged in cycles of 60, and each successive year is named after an animal. This system of assigning an animal to a year finds mention in Chinese folklore and mythology. 2014 is the Year of the Horse. It is believed that a person born in any year has characteristics similar to the animal that heads the year.

2014 Year of The Horse
2014 Year of The Horse

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

Chinese New Year 2014 Wishes Greetings


No New Year celebration is complete without greeting family, friends, colleagues and other acquaintances. Chinese New Year is no different. 

Traditionally, Chinese New Year greetings are different when conveyed to the elders and the younger ones. 

The younger ones generally seek blessings while the elders oblige with all their best wishes. 

Chinese New Year 2014 Wishes Greetings
Chinese New Year 2014 Wishes Greetings

Chinese New Year Wishes 

Here are some Chinese New Year wishes :
  • I pray to God in the highest heaven that each of his children on earth have a perfect New Year guarded by the angels and with the blessings of the elders. 
  • Another New Year has come giving us the opportunity to live another year with zest and zeal and to make the most of our abilities for a year that is gainful in all aspects.

Chinese New Year Pictures

Double the fun of Chinese new year by decorating your surrounding with lovely Chinese new year pictures. Download HD Chinese New Year Pictures in various resolutions absolutely free!

Chinese New Year Pictures
Chinese New Year Pictures

Chinese New Year SMS

Spread the New Year cheer Chinese style with flamboyance, cheer, happiness and gaiety with these Chinese New Year SMS. 

Whether you celebrate the occasion yourself and you want to wish your family and peers, or you want to reach out and wish a friend who celebrates the occasion, these SMS would be your handy tips to formulate your own. Yes, add that personal touch for the extra warmth.
  • As the first morning of the Chinese New Year shines, here’s wishing you and your family prosperity and auspicious blessings.
Chinese New Year SMS
Chinese New Year SMS
  • As the sun rises on the Chinese New Year day, may your fortune rise to greater heights, your heart be filled with happiness and peace, and your life be blessed with longevity and abundance.

Chinese New Year Signs and Symbols

Chinese New Year celebrations are full of symbolism. Having a rough idea about them would help you to tune in to the spirit. 

Certain symbols are considered auspicious, while others are considered to bring in misfortune. Even speaking out negative words are prohibited during the festive period.
  • Fu and Feng: Paper cuttings of the Chinese characters Fu and Feng are placed in the homes. The former is believed to bring in luck while the latter promises a bountiful harvest.
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Chinese New Year Horoscope

The Chinese attach great importance to horoscope and predictions. They consult it for all the major life decisions and events, even before investing in the stock market. 

The Chinese calculation system is based on the twelve zodiac animals that are believed to have close inter-relation with humans. 
Chinese New Year Horoscope
Chinese New Year Horoscope
Each year is assigned an animal. A person born in that year is said to have characteristics of that animal. Also, each animal is assigned one of the five elements -- metal, water, wood, fire, and earth. Even compatibility between people is predicted based on that. The twelve animals and their main features are listed here for your comprehension –
  • Rat: Creative, Spirited, Witty, Generous, Timid.
  • Cow: Honest, Traditional, Persistent, Enduring, Inspiring.
  • Tiger: Charming, Emotional, Aggressive, Sensitive, Unpredictable.

Chinese New Year Activities


Celebrating Chinese New Year with a party? Spring Cleaning done, Reunion Dinner enjoyed, Storytelling session over. Now what? Want to create your own décor for your party? Or want to keep the kids busy in a creative way during the party? 

Resort to activities that would be fun to create and wonderful to behold. A great way to group together your family for some fun and action!
Chinese New Year Activities
Chinese New Year Activities
For the year of the snake: Roll out modeling clay to form a long dough. Make one end a little pointed for the snake’s tail. Roll out another small thin strip, fold it in halves and stick it to the head to make the tongue. Two small beads stuck in will make the eyes. Now paint as you wish to give it design.

  • Light up with Lanterns: Take a colored piece of paper and fold it to form a narrow strip of triangle. Now with a scissor cut along the lines half way through the paper. Then unfold the paper and glue the edges to form your lantern. Cut out a semi-circle from another piece of paper and glue it to the lantern to form its handle.

Chinese New Year 2014 Party


Chinese New Year is also their Spring Festival or Harvest Festival and is considered the greatest occasion of festivity. 

No wonder there is nothing subtle or mellow about Chinese New Year parties! Right from grand feasting to bright red clothing, from lantern festival to parades, from dragon dance to firecrackers – you have it all in a Chinese New Year party!

Chinese New Year 2013
Chinese New Year 2014
Most Chinese New Year parties will be themed on red with black, cream and gold being the accent colors. Red is considered to bring in good luck. If you are hosting or attending such a party dressing in red silk and satin will get you tuned to the theme right away. Stay away from white as it is considered to represent misfortune.