HAPPY CHINES NEW YEAR – THE YEAR OF THE TIGER

HAPPY CHINES NEW YEAR – THE YEAR OF THE TIGER

jeanniejeanniejeannie.co.uk BLOG Tuesday 1st February 2022

 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

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TOP 20 OF THE DAY

20 greetings for Chinese New Year 2022 – the Year Of The Tiger

Happy Chinese New Year to everyone!

Welcome to the Year Of The Year of the Tiger.

To greet the Chinese New Year I spotted this item from The Metro.

Chinese New Year 2022 is here, beckoning in the Year Of The Tiger which is often associated with bravery, courage and strength.

While celebrations may be returning to normal, events will still be a bit more muted in the wake of the pandemic – with the usual London events moving online once again this year.

And once again people will be sharing Chinese New Year greetings and best wishes to friends and family in cards or on social media.

Our handy guide is here to teach you all the sayings you need for the year of the Tiger.

Chinese New Year greetings

1 虎年大吉 (hǔ nián dà jí )

‘Wishing you luck in the Year Of The Tiger!’

  1. 新年進步 (xin nián jìn bù)

‘May the New Year bring much better things.’

3.虎虎生威 (hǔ hǔ shēng wēi)

‘Grow in strength like the Tiger.’

  1. 万事如意 (wàn shì rú yì)

‘May everything go well with you.’

  1. 笑口常開 (xiào kǒu cháng kai)

‘May you smile often.’

  1. 虎气冲天 (hǔ qì chōng tiān)

‘A great Tiger year ahead.’

  1. 身体健康 (shen tǐ jiàn kang)

‘Wish you good health.’

  1. 生龙活虎 (shēng lóng huó hǔ)

‘Wishing you the drive of the Dragon and the vigour of the Tiger’

  1. 虎年兴旺 (hǔ nián xīng wàng )

‘Wishing you a prosperous Year Of the Tiger!’

  1. 和氣吉祥全家樂 (hé qì jí xiáng quán jia lè)

‘Wish you harmony and joy for the whole family.’

  1. 四季平安過旺年 (sì jì píng an guò wàng nián)

‘Wish you four seasons of peace and a flourishing year.’

  1. 恭喜发财 (gong xǐ fa cái)

‘Wish you wealth and prosperity.’

  1. 财源广进 (cái yuán guǎng jìn)

‘May wealth flow in.’

  1. 和气生财 (hé qì sheng cái)

‘May harmony bring wealth.’

  1. 虎运连年 (hǔ yùn lián nián)

‘Wishing you the luck of the Tiger year after year’

  1. 一本萬利 (yi běn wàn lì)

‘Hope you put in a small investment and reap a huge profit.’

  1. 招財進寶 (zhao cái jìn bǎo)

‘May you find wealth and treasures.’

  1. 大吉大利 (dà jí dà lì)

‘May you have great luck and great profit.’

  1. 升官发财 (sheng guan fa cái)

‘May you get promoted and receive a raise.’

  1. 生意兴隆 (sheng yì xing lóng)

‘May your business flourish.’

By Sophie Dickinson  – The Metro

 

REMEMBER: The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.

– Nicolas Chamfort

 

 

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE FOR THE DAY

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

Chinese Proverb

 

A smile will gain you ten more years of life.

Chinese Proverb

 

A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song.

Chinese Proverb

 

A book holds a house of gold. Chinese Proverb

A book holds a house of gold.

Chinese Proverb

 

Talk does not cook rice.

Chinese Proverb

HAPPINESS IS…

Happiness is…Chinese New Year

GRANDAD’S ONE LINER JOKE OF THE DAY

Some friends are having a joint Burns Night and Chinese New Year Party this weekend

They’re calling it Chinese Burns Night.

I wasn’t going to go but they twisted my arm.

LOVE IS…

Love is…spending Chinese New Year togrther

TURN…TURN…TURN!

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