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The year of the Goat

Apr 21, 2015
UniGroup Relocation Singapore and Hong Kong celebrated the Lunar New Year with traditional flair.

In Chinese customs, prior to the Lunar New Year, Chinese families decorate their living rooms with vases of pretty blossoms, platters of oranges and tangerines, and a candy tray with varieties of dried sweet fruit. On the walls and doors they put poetic couplets and happy wishes written on red paper.

So to keep up with tradition, both UniGroup offices put up decorations to celebrate the Chinese New Year. On returning to work after the Lunar New Year holiday, everyone greeted each another: “Kung Hei Fat Choy” or “Gong Xi Fa Cai!” which literally means congratulations and be prosperous.  A great way to kick start the year of the Goat.


Photo: UniGroup Singapore celebrates the Chinese new year.

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