Pronounced; "Kung Hey Fat Choy" in Cantonese and
"Gong xi fa cai" in Mandarin.
the boys went for
Then to work on their eye-paw coordination
and relaxation skills they
the boys were charged up to
celebrate late into the evening.
Then we moved on to
traditional New Year's Eve games.
We started with some cards,
a 9th century Chinese invention.
Tanj was focused and didn't even disturb
He was more
interested in dominoes.
(invented more than 1,000 years ago in China)
Tanj watched over his hoard of tiles,
Uschi is content with his single "heavy bone."
The boys are so at one with their inner selves
that when we tempted them to knock over
a string of dominoes,
Uschi walked up and sniffed them,
and Tanj simply posed.
Neither disturbing the harmony of a single domino.
All in all it was a wonderful day.
We wish you a
Happy Lunar New Year!
"Let good luck arrive."
(good luck symbol inverted)
Pronounced; "fu" in Cantonese and “fook” in Mandarin.
We have done our best to research characters,
translations, and dates, but please do not hesitate
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