2012 will soon be over for some countries and some countries have now entered 2013. Can I just say Happy New Year to every one!
To give you a great start in 2013, I have decided to reduce the price of my ebook Hot Chinese Tattoo Designs from the original price of $29.95 to only $19.95 for a limited period only.
Enjoy and Happy New Year!
For Chinese people, there are two new years, one according to the western calendar, and another according to the Chinese traditional calendar. Even though Chinese people attach more importance to the latter, the former is also celebrated, usually with countdown parties and firework on New Year’s Eve.
One common way of saying ‘Happy New Year’ in Chinese is 新年快乐(xīn nián kuài lè). I have included a few tattoo designs below, in case you want to get it inked because of its special meaning for you.
In traditional Chinese, it is written as 新年快樂 (see below).
If you want to see how to say Merry Christmas in Chinese, please see the post I wrote not long ago.