Now it is for the time for the Chinese to celebrate a new year. Everyone is rushing back to their hometown to get ready for the reunion dinner which will be held on the eve of new year. In China, if you read or hear the news, every year it will be a mass human jam In the big cities as everyone will be rushing back. Lucky I am not there else it will be a long and cold trip back.
So for this post, I would like take this opportunity to wish all my Chinese readers a Happy and Prosperous Chinese New Year and the rest, a happy holidays. Do come and enjoy the celebration if you have the chance.
Hand drawn and painted by my kid….
… and this is the deco made by Selangor Pewter to celebrate the coming of the year of the snake.
Happy & Prosperous Chinese New Year (Gong Xi Fa Chai) to all!!!
Finally the day has come. This post is about my trip to New York City. I started my trip early in the day where I drove my rented car to the nearest train station which was Croton Harmon Point and caught one of the earliest train to Grand Central Terminal.
Waiting in the empty train stain in Croton.
It took bout 80min to get the Grand Central Terminal; multi-stops. Once in NYC, it was drizzling but as noon approaches the sun came out.
My journey by foot begins……
Along the side walk.. I can see lots of florist. The flowers are fresh and vibrant in colours. Enjoy the my pictures of NYC.
New York skyscrapers… a mixture of old and new buildings or skyscrapers (more to come)