Happy Chinese New Year, 2021

It is the start of the year of the Metal Ox. The Ox is a hardworking animal, so let’s hope it takes 2021 to days of rebuilding and restoration. 

The Chinese believe that the year of the Metal Ox will have a significant effect on industries.

We move on with the hope that this year will be a time for personal development and calmer reflection.

Here’s wishing the Chinese all over the world, and especially the Malaysian Chinese, a happy and prosperous New Year, 2021. The best part is that I had an early taste of my favorite Yee Sang, unlike the previous year.

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

shobana


Some books to consider reading:-

ANOTHER PLACE TO CALL HOMEOn kindle/paperback edition
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08TYJYCD

  On Kindle/Kindle Unlimited. PreFalling in Love with a North Indian by [Shobana Gomes]ss on the image for the link.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08VFT5LBF

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