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Monday, January 23, 2012

HOW TO SAY HAPPY NEW YEAR IN CHINESE


All dialects of Chinese be it Fookien, Mandarin or Cantonese write these greetings using the same characters, but we will split them up because they're pronounced differently.

Mandarin Chinese:

新年快乐 (xīn nián kuài lè) pronounced as "sheen nyen kway luh" meaning Happy new year! (literally "The new year comes fast!")

恭喜发财 (gōng xǐ fā cái) pronounced as "gong shee fah chai" meaning Wishing you a prosperous new year! (literally "May you have much joy and wealth!")

Cantonese Chinese:

新年快乐 (san nin faai lok) pronounce as "Sun Nin Fy Lok" meaning Happy new year! (literally "The new year comes fast!")

恭喜发财 (gung hei faat choi) pronounce as "gong hey fat choy" meaning Wishing you a prosperous new year! (literally "May you have much joy and wealth!")

Fookien Chinese: 

'Kiong Hee Huat Tsai!' means Wishing you prosperity and good fortune in Hokkien

Let me greet all Chinese all over the world:
Happy New Year!


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