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Happy Chinese New YEAR 2009!

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by george@chongwei, Jan 19, 2009.

  1. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    wishing all chinese bcers and to all who celebrate it, GONG XI FA CHAI!!!:D:D:D
    and dont forget to give me ang powfor sure:p
    so, where's my ang pow now???:):D:D
     
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    GONG XI FA CAI!!!!!!
     
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    Coming from a mixed marriage family (mom is chinese & dad is malay), I am really lucky to enjoy 2 festivals yearly.

    Normally, for CNY, and this year is no different, we will balik kampung to Seremban (my grandparents - mom's side, place). I get to enjoy CNY with my cousins etc. And we will spend the days playing poker, mahjong etc all day. And since my girlfriend wont be around, I will do some yam seng sessions too :p:D vodka with lime ... heaven :p. I also enjoy my grandma's cooking especially her world famous chicken rice and steamed fish during the reunion dinner.

    So, Kong Hee Fatt Choy to all and may 2009 brings us world peace and love.
     
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    Hung Bao Na La. :D
     
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    no way i'm giving u my wallet (ang bao) to you:p
     
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    Well, it's still about 8 days away. But yes, gong xi fa cai. Da jia na hong bao chu lai he song gei wo! :p
     
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    wow...hehe...u know mahjung too...:D...nice nice...find time and play with u...:D...
     
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    happy chinese new year...:D...

    i will back to my kampung...kl...but not kuala lumpur...kuala lipis in pahang...datuk siti nurhaliza kampung also...:p...for 4 day....maybe wont on9...hehe...enjoy drinks...foods...majung...poker...and chit chat with cousin...:D...my mum side family is very big...we even nid to take turn to eat...not to say take turn to bath...some even forced to stay in hotel...;)...hehe...

    tats why...we have many kaki for mahjung and poker...normaly...we will have 3 table for mahjung...:D....
     
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    Are u married?
    spend for the angpau a little bit la.Wont harm u in any way,rite?:rolleyes:
    may God bless u,huhu..
     
  10. george@chongwei

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    oh camon cooler oh cooler..anyway, happy chinese new year to you ya?:):D:D
     
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    Boleh boleh only. I prefer poker - 5 card draw more actually. :D
     
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    Food

    Guys, every CNY at my grandparents house, my grandma will serve this hotdog looking sausage. I mean it look like dried meat but it is actually a sausage. Very tasty :p My grandma normally serve it together with porridge.

    Do any of you know what it is called?
     
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    Are you talking about KIKIAM?

    Yummy. But TIKOY is more popular during CNY.
     
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    so that isn't like texas hold'em?
     
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    I used to know how to play mahjong. But I've forgotten how. However, I still know how to play Tong-its, which is also like mahjong.
     
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    I am not sure. It has some chinese name. Its like dried sausage or something but yummy with porridge. Not spicy.
     
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    Pretty similar I guess. Each player is given 5 cards each face-down. Lovely game but I believe the key is the 'working capital'.
     
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    You can give the wallet but it's empty inside, haha. :D. If you're not married, no need give ang pow mah & btw, dont think you celebrate CNY, so no need give. ;):p

    Kong Xi Fat Chai too to the rest of members.
     
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    This one?

    There are two kinds: the small ones and the big ones. They're served with a very delicious sauce.
     

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