1. Thank you, Jasey dear
      I wonder why it is called the Year of the Rooster and not Year of the Chicken. Perhaps something to do with the translation and what “chicken” means in certain Chinese dialect groups 🙂
      Best wishes to you too for a successful year ahead.
      Luv and hugz,

  1. Hello Eric, you’ve got all the wishes in one image – longevity, prosperity, wealth, abundance, and world peace. Happy New Year and may you enjoy bountiful delightful returns in whatever you do.

    Gong he xin xi, ji xiang ru yi, Happy New Year, May your good fortune be according to your wishes.

    1. Thank you, Ian, for the use of the image.
      Well, have a pint or a shot and throw your mind back to the days you spent in Singapore. Happy memories, as I recollect.
      All good wishes,

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