Ever wondered why we celebrate Chinese New Year the way we do? Samantha Wong goes back in time to find out First up, a few facts.
Fresh from the market, painted on porcelain or embroidered on silk, flowers are a sure-fire feng shui cure. Samantha Wong reports
Check out what events are happening in DB and Lantau this Month
Looking for some Chinese New Year Decoration ideas? Look no further, see below for some homeware and gifts available in Lantau.
Tasked with creating the perfect pig-themed picture, DB primary school students have created fantastic art pieces for the New Year New Dreams Drawing Competition. In ..
CNY festivities are always marked by floral decorations, with a variety of auspicious plants on sale to usher in prosperity for the new lunar year. Miniature kumquat trees are popular, with the fruits’ golden colour symbolising money, while pomelos, often seen in pairs, are said to signify family unity. You’ll see orchids galore – their delicate blooms symbolic of fertility and luxury.
Winter in Hong Kong is all about celebration, and hot on the heels of Christmas comes Chinese New Year. Suveera Sharma takes a look at ..
Chinese New Year activities for kids