Kung Hei Fat Choi!
Off to Chinatown to celebrate the Year of the Wooden Horse, 2014! But wait, are you properly-dressed for the occasion?
The Chinese culture heavily believes in wearing or keeping specific jewellery
or trinkets based on Feng Shui
each year to enhance their good luck. You can even try Google
-ing" it from this special page to find out how elaborate the Chinese New Year celebrations are.
Expect the following:
fireworks, lion dance, prosperity trees, red envelopes, 3 fortune coins, lettuce figures and horse statues, people wearing new outfits in red, pockets jingling with coins, among others.