Tuesday, February 22, 2011

A long break...

How time flies, the 15 days of the Lunar Chinese New Year has just passed and I am sure everyone had a great celebration during the festive season beside spending valuable time with our families,friends and loved ones.

I have been taking time off blogging (obviously) in conjunction with the festive celebration and also to relax and spend some quality time with my own loved ones, besides getting involved with the major planning of one of the biggest event in my own life!
The planning process is really energy consuming and tiring, but at the same time, I am enjoying every moment :)

In the meantime, I have not been too active with my blogs, not to mention my books as well that it bothered me!
I have compiled my photos and will be slowly updating my blogs soon.

There will be more updates soon, and be prepared for posts on the post CNY blues as well!

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Happy Chinese New Year 2011!~

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It is the eve of the eve of Chinese New Year; also known as the 29th of the Lunar calendar.
Most of the Chinese community are still busy with the preparations; mainly in cleaning up the house and shopping for food and groceries.

Food and drinks are stocked up for the festive season and for visiting guests during open house.
It is a busy week and days leading to the Chinese New Year.

Usually before the eve, everyone is busy with spring cleaning and making do with meals taken away from restaurants or outside.
The good meal starts on New Year's eve itself, and then it continues for the next 15 days.

I have just finished cleaning up my room today, and am slowly rearranging my wardrobe.
I can't believe that the eve is just tomorrow; how time flies!

It is exciting yet tiring anticipating with all the work that needs to be done =P

Anyway, as everyone is getting busy and traveling home to their families for the reunion dinner, I would like to wish everyone a safe journey home and also, a very