Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Chinese New Year of 2010

Chinese New year is the most important tradition to Chinese holidays. This year’s Chinese New Year falls on the 14th day of February which is Valentines Day. 2010 is the year of the Tiger, which is also known to its formal name Geng-Yin. The usual celebration of New Year is also been practiced by the Chinese during Chinese New Year. Families will have celebrate and have family gatherings, reunions and thanksgiving.

There are many ways people would celebrate New Years Day; but one thing is there in common, another year is added and people would face its different challenges in life. We are all be thankful regardless to what beliefs you are up with, whether you have all the best for this year or not. Start life in a positive approach and never look on failures behind. Life has no value if you do not start loving it.

Kiong Hee Huat Chay!