Monday, January 26, 2009

Happy Chinese New Year.

Today is Chinese Lunar New Year...The Year of the ox. I take this opportunity to wish all my friends, clients and my readers a healthy, peaceful, prosperous and happy Chinese New Year.


To those who are kids, they wish to receive more bigger ang pow or red packets. In fact today kids are different from before. They don't just wait to be given but rather they asked in advance. My three little brothers (grand children) in Singapore had sent their email earlier to me at home. They wrote..."Hi! Kor Kor (big brother), when you come over to Singapore this weekend, please make sure our ang pow are no smaller than Sing$100. Otherwise I no friend you ah!" See!!! This is the current generation of children. On the hand, I enjoy being disturbed by them too. No joke no fun!!!

To those who are adults, they wish the New Year be blessed with romance and prosperity. Those who still have not found their love, they have to pray hard to the Ox for the giving of a pretty or a handsome. Not forgetting the money luck is important. Make sure tonight at the count of twelve, pray towards Choy Sun Yea (God of Luck)...your wishes and prayers would be answered. When I was young, I did what my mum told me and I got what I wanted...romance and prosperity.

To those who are sixties and over, I am sure money isn't the main factor of life. Year of the Ox, please let us be strong and tough as the bull. Be healthy coz health is wealth. I am not shy..I want to ask more. Healthier and sexier...so that I could be a better lover to my little darling. One of the success for man at age 60 is sex...have you forgotten...!!! Let me be healthier and sexier so that I could still be playful in live.

My humbly advices...If you are young, respect the elders and visit them today, for today is the Chinese New Year. To the elders...don't be stingy. Give a bigger any pow and make the young happier. After all you had received yours when you were young. Right? Chinese New Year is a day of celebration and get together. Go out and have fun. Ask for forgiveness if you have done wrong and forgive those who have offended you. Hug the one you like and kiss the one you love. After all Chinese New Year is for everyone who loves to live.

Chinese New Year is a happy moment of time. Try this phrase - "Happiness is perfume, you can't pour it on somebody else without getting a few drops on yourself" - James Van Der Zee

2 comments:

RL said...

Hi Robert,

Happy Chinese New Year from all of us who loves and care for you.

regards,
Red Lavender

Robert Foo said...

Hi RL,

Thank you so much.