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February 07, 2008



Thanks for the links. Looks like you had fun making these guys. I will print them out and make some with the girls to decorate for tomorrow. Sara really likes China. That is where she want to be. This will wonderful craft to make tomorrow. thanks!


Hi, I read the principle defects for the rooster---and I disagree with them. You are one of the most thoughtful, generous people I know. I am also a rooster and I hope I don't have all of the principle defects. Happy Chinese New Year.


Hi, I stumbled across your blog via a link on Crafty Crafty to the baby owls. I may actually have to remember how to crochet just so I can make them!

Quick question for you: are there any traditions associated with the coins at CNY? What are you meant to do with them once you have them?

I only ask because I took part in the CNY celebrations in London this year, and there was a man from the Bank of China dressed as the Money God handing out those little red envelopes... I have mine in my handbag, but that's more because I'm not sure what to do with it now!


Hi there, I'm another blog stumbler - from The Needle - and this post caught my eye, because I lived in HK for 8 years when I was a kid and have the same feelings about Chinese New Year. Ah, lai see.

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