Happy Chinese New Year of the Monkey

IMG_0371This year’s Happy mid-to-late January / Thank you / Happy Chinese New Year Card.  Better late than never (again).  February 2016.


Lai See

Lai SeeBack in the office after the start of the Lunar New Year includes Red Packets; the Lion Dance (knock the cabbage from the boss’ doorframe, touch the Lion’s nose by your desk); the Roasted Pig Cutting Ceremony; and the God of Fortune spreading good luck and happiness to all.  February 2014.

Buildings Abstract

photoCNY 2014, Year of the Horse.  February 2014.


CNY Staff Celebration Night 2013

CNY Staff Celebration NightChinese New Year Staff Celebration Night – less big hair this time.  January 2013.


Kota Kinabalu, Chinese New Year of the Dragon and Slightly Dodgy Maths

IMG_1791Tallest mountain in Southeast Asia at 4,095m, Kota Kinabalu on Malaysian Borneo was a pretty stunning way to welcome in sunrise, at the dawn of the Lunar New Year of the Dragon.  Science removed 6m from KK’s official height in 1997 – sounds a bit suspect to me.  January 2012.


Hong Kong in the Sixties – CNY Staff Celebration Dinner

Hong Kong in the SixtiesChinese New Year Staff Celebration Dinner – HK in the Sixties with large hair.  February 2011.


Chinese New Year 2011 – Cebu

Making FriendsMaking friends, Cebu, Philippines, January 2011.